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Cisco and egton3 connect and windows 8.1 [message #11733] Sun, 12 January 2014 20:57 Go to next message
Julia is currently offline  Julia
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After some effort and help from the list, I managed to get remote access
working for Egton connect for my surgery with windows 8 VM machine from
within my mac.

All was fine until the fateful moment when I upgraded to windows 8.1 as this
then stops the cisco connect device from working

It's a real fiddle to de-install and re-install.

So be warned



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Nottingham

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Re: Cisco and egton3 connect and windows 8.1 [message #11734 is a reply to message #11733] Sun, 12 January 2014 21:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: bruceallan@nhs.net

aha
snap

did you get it working and, if so, which version of cisco did you reinstall?

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After some effort and help from the list, I managed to get remote access
working for Egton connect for my surgery with windows 8 VM machine from
within my mac.

All was fine until the fateful moment when I upgraded to windows 8.1 as this
then stops the cisco connect device from working

It's a real fiddle to de-install and re-install.

So be warned



Julia









Email: juliahippisleycox@gmail.com

Professor of Clinical Epidemiology & General Practice, University of
Nottingham

Director of QResearch ( www.qresearch.org)

Director of QSurveillance (
www.qsurveillance.org)

Director of ClinRisk Ltd ( www.clinrisk.co.uk)



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RE: Cisco and egton3 connect and windows 8.1 [message #11738 is a reply to message #11734] Sun, 12 January 2014 23:07 Go to previous message
Julia is currently offline  Julia
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yes - you have to manually delete the directory in program files (or may be program data) which make think cisco is already installed even after you have installed it.
you can then go through the latest cisco install using the one from the Egton site and it should work.


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aha
snap

did you get it working and, if so, which version of cisco did you reinstall?

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From: Julia Hippisley-Cox
Sent: ‎Sunday‎, ‎12‎ ‎January‎ ‎2014 ‎20‎:‎57
To: The main EmisNUG mailing list

Warning: This message contains unverified links which may not be safe. You should only click links if you are sure they are from a trusted source.

After some effort and help from the list, I managed to get remote access working for Egton connect for my surgery with windows 8 VM machine from within my mac.

All was fine until the fateful moment when I upgraded to windows 8.1 as this then stops the cisco connect device from working

It's a real fiddle to de-install and re-install.

So be warned



Julia









Email: juliahippisleycox@gmail.com

Professor of Clinical Epidemiology & General Practice, University of Nottingham

Director of QResearch ( www.qresearch.org)

Director of QSurveillance (
www.qsurveillance.org)

Director of ClinRisk Ltd ( www.clinrisk.co.uk)



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