Working with icon’s on Windows can be annoying, since Windows isn’t updating your icon’s properly on change because of it caching habit.
To clear the icon cache we have to head to the “Run” window and enter following command:
After a couple seconds, all your icon’s should update to there new look.
While on Windows Vista and Windows 7 the reason for this message is a shared connection on Windows 8 it comes from an wrong entry in the registry. To fix this, you need to go to the registry (search – regedit) and follow the path “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\CVirtA”
There you should see a key named DisplayName. For this key you need to edit the Value to “Cisco Systems VPN Adapter for 64-bit Windows” on a 64 bit Windows or “Cisco Systems VPN Adapter” for a 32 bit Windows.
After restarting the Cisco VPN Client connecting should work.
This error may occur when you used Eset Anti Virus before and this can cause your Thunderbird to not fetch your mails.
Remove cert8.db from profile folder and let Thunderbird create a new one on start.