I have an application that works without issue through a Cisco Anyconnect client on XP and Vista, but not on Windows 7. It also works on Windows 7 when accessed locally (no Cisco Anyconnect client). When I try to use it on Windows 7 through the Cisco Anyconnect client, I get an error message "cannot create key handles". Process monitor shows that it is not able to access or use the registry sub-key (application\handles) located at the root of registry key HKCU. Does anyone know why this happens and how to fix it? Thanks!