Avaya has released version 10.06.022 of their VPN client (formerly Contivity client) that supports both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7. This single client supports the following operating systems (in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions);
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- wi01003255 – Split Tunnel Failure on Windows 7
- wi00860526,wi00972868 – Mobility for IPSEC doesn’t work properly on Windows 7 and XP.
- wi00947857 – IPsec split tunneling mode enabled_inverse_local does not enforce its restrictions on sessions already established before the tunnel was created.
- wi00956803 – Cached VPN adapter drivers not cleaned up on Windows 7
- wi00995550 – Disconnecting a tunnel may cause service crash
- wi00981906 – Fetching banner from different AVG when DNS Round Robin used
- wi01006672 AVC may Orphan DNS Suffix Entries if ungracefully terminated.
New Outstanding issues
- wi01011920 – AVC may Orphan NetBT NameList registry entries if ungracefully terminated. The workaround is to clear the NetBT NameList or gracefully terminate the VPN Client before rebooting or restarting the host PC.
New Known Issues
- wi00928966 – Users who upgrade from a v10.05 or earlier release to v10.06 on Windows XP may receive the following error dialogue when attempting to establish an IPSec VPN tunnel – “Activation of VPN Adapter Failed”. This issue occurs when the AVC filter driver is not upgraded correctly during software installation. As a precautionary measure, rebooting the machine before an upgrade installation is highly recommended. If the problem does occur, the workaround would be to uninstall and then reinstall the client. Please note, uninstall will remove all profiles and configurations. If users want to carry them over to the following reinstallation, they can use the Import/Export feature to export them before uninstall and import them back after reinstallation. For more details about the Import/Export feature please see Section 7 of this document.)
- wi00951988 – Component modification after installation is not supported.
- wi00932075 – Canceling uninstall in the middle may cause faulty rollback.
You should refer to the release notes for all the details.
I will continue to host the client files on my website.