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Hi,

This is with regard to comaptibility of "Cisco Unified Video Advantage 2.1.1.0" with Windows Vista/ Windows 7 OS.

As per below URL, this application is compatible with Windows Vista OS

http://www.microsoft.com/Windows/compatibility/Details.aspx?type=Software&p=Unified%20Video%20Advantage&v=Cisco&uid=2&pf=6&pi=2&c=Enterprise%20Applications&sc=Collaboration%20%26%20Content&os=32-bit

Whereas, when we try to install the application on Vista, we get error related to un-signed kernel mode driver.

We would like to know is there any work-around exists to resolve this issue or anybody having info regarding compatibility of this application with Windows Vista/ Windows 7 OS.

Thanks in advance,

Vishwanath K
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Er...wouldn't the best people to ask be Cisco?
Answered 07/01/2009 by: VBScab
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Hi,

Communication with Cisco yielded no results, as they need valid serial number and/or a Cisco Service Contract for further progress in this regard.

Even Cisco site also says that this application is compatible with Vista OS.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/video/cuva/2_1/english/release/notes/ol15290.html#wp1120329

But....situation is somewhat different from what we perceived
Answered 07/01/2009 by: vishwanath_x
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OK, so you're either trying to install/package pirated software or you're packaging on behalf of a client? If we assume the latter, then the client will have a valid serial number and/or support contract. Ask them for those details or, if they're not willing to release those details, to enquire on your behalf.
Answered 07/01/2009 by: VBScab
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