Supports mobile broadband in Windows 7
Software company NCP has introduced Secure Entry Client version 9.3, the latest version of its entry VPN client for Windows 32- and 64-bit operating systems which supports mobile broadband in Windows 7 and Internet Key Exchange version 2 (IKEv2).
NCP Secure Entry Client version 9.3 offers simplified and intuitive IPv6 firewall GUI and enables seamless roaming, allowing mobile workers to securely transition between different types of networks, such as 3G to Wi-Fi, without losing their VPN connection.
Secure Entry Client version 9.3 enables remote employees to connect to their corporate networks with a single click and enables users to bypass the LTE gridlock and securely redirect connections with Windows Mobile Broadband.
Users to directly activate or deactivate firewall rules, as well as easily pre-define the rules, with a single click with the help of improved GUI, which features an integrated personal firewall.
By implementing mobility extensions of the IKEv2 into the client’s code, NCP’s VPN client is now compatible with all other IPsec gateways, including Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2.
NCP Secure Entry Client version 9.3 enables online applications to retain their active session in the event of connection losses or networks changes when combined with the NCP Secure Enterprise VPN Server.