The same here - on BSOD machine with Checkpoint VPN Client installed.:(
VS 8.7.0 and Check Point VPN-1 SecureClient problem
Check Point VPN-1 SecureClient version - SC_NGX_R60_HFA2_Supplement2_630001052
When starting Check Point VPN-1 SecureClient BSD occurs:
The Check Point VPN-1 Securemote service service was successfully sent a start control.
The Check Point VPN-1 Securemote service service entered the running state.
The Check Point VPN-1 Securemote watchdog service was successfully sent a start control.
The Check Point VPN-1 Securemote watchdog service entered the running state.
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x1000008e (0xc0000005, 0x80647d44, 0xb8b7d4e8, 0x00000000). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini093008-02.dmp.
My installation log says:
Aktion gestartet 14:00:55: RollbackStopCheckpoint.
Aktion beendet 14:00:55: RollbackStopCheckpoint. Rückgabewert 1.
Aktion gestartet 14:00:55: StopCheckPointSC.
Aktion beendet 14:00:55: StopCheckPointSC. Rückgabewert 1.
Aktion gestartet 14:00:55: UninstallCheckPoint.
Aktion beendet 14:00:55: UninstallCheckPoint. Rückgabewert 1.
Aktionsstart 14:01:16: RollbackInstallCheckPoint.
Aktion endet 14:01:16: RollbackInstallCheckPoint. Rückgabewert 1.
Aktionsstart 14:01:16: InstallCheckPoint.
Aktion endet 14:01:16: InstallCheckPoint. Rückgabewert 1.
Aktionsstart 14:01:16: StartCheckPointSC.
Aktion endet 14:01:16: StartCheckPointSC. Rückgabewert 1.
It uninstalls and reinstalls the Secure Client? Umm... nice...
I don't get a blue screen, but at the very end of the installation most of the VSE files are deleted.
I got a bluescreen on two notebooks, both have installed the checkpoint VPN-1 Secure Client NGX R60 HFA1. After a reboot the installation finished succeasfully
I have the same problem om all my SecureClient Laptops. Problem came when updating to 8.5i to 8.7i. Downgrading does NOT solve the problem. I still get Blue Screen
McAfee know's about the problem, there is a knowledgebase document:
Patch 1 should solve the problem
This way help's me to get the computer back running:
1. Use the Check Point Clean Utility to remove the VPN Cleint
3. Uninstall Virus Scan 8.7. If this is not possible, reinstall 8.7 manual, restart, and try to uninstall again
4. restart (if not, 8.5 will not work)
5. install 8.5
7. install Check Point VPN Client
Downgrading VSE to 8.5i also solved my problem. However you have to completely remove both VSE and SecureClient before installing VSE 8.5i and SecureClient again.
After 2 weeks of pressuring McAfee's support they finally admitted a bug !!! :mad:
Please follow these directions to install the patched driver for Checkpoint VPN issue.
Extract the contents of VPN-Issue.zip to “C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan”
Run copydriver.bat (If you are using vista –right click copydriver.bat and select “Run-As Administrator”
Reboot the computer.
Try this link
http://community.mcafee.com/showthread.php?t=224206 :confused: and :mad:
The 'fix' you've linked to is designed for the RETAIL version of VirusScan and at this point, although I've raised questions of the powers that be, there is no confirmation the same file will fix the corporate versions.. (If you read the post you've copied, you'll note the corporate version file path is different from the one listed in your post. That particular file path is for the retail versions.)
At this point, unless you've done some really extensive testing as to the files reliability in corporate versions, I'm waiting for final words from McAfee on the subject.
Hope this helps.