Cisco Unified Video Advantage


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

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


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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Answers (3)

Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
Er...wouldn't the best people to ask be Cisco?
Posted by: vishwanath_x 11 years ago
Senior Yellow Belt

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.


But....situation is somewhat different from what we perceived
Posted by: anonymous_9363 11 years ago
Red Belt
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.
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