ok, i am running 10.2 just so everyone knows. i TRIED to install Ciscos VPN client software (3.5.2), but when i get to the final step (the instructions say to type: ./CiscoVPN restart /etc/CiscoSystemsVPNClient/Profiles/UHVPN.pcf) and rather than finishing the install it says this: Configuring Cisco Systems VPN resources. ./CiscoVPN: kmodstat: command not found Restarting Cisco Systems IPSec NKE extension... ==> Loading Cisco Systems IPSec NKE... ./CiscoVPN: kmodload: command not found ./CiscoVPN: kmodstat: command not found Unable to restart IPSec NKE. i have no idea what this means and i was going to try to uninstall it and load a newer VPN client because i have been told that this 3.5.2 wont run on 10.2. well i tried to uininstall it...and it tells me that the uninstall files cant be found....anyone have ANY idea how to get past this? or better yet! does anyone know if i can just use the PPTP in 10.2 to connect instead? and if so ...HOW? as always, any possible help would be beyond appreciated!!