Cisco Connect won't open due to Unsupported Operating System

I have a Mac with OS X version 10.7.4, however when I try to open Cisco Connect I get an error message that says:
Unsupported operating system
The router works with these operating systems:
- Mac OS X 10.4.9 or later
- Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
- Mac OS X 10.6.1 or later
Please visit www.apple.com to upgrade your operating system.
Anyone know what I need to do to get it to open?

I found this article, but I have device E2000, so does this mean I can't update my Cisco connect software?  I just moved and my wireless isn't working.  I need to get into cisco connect to set it up.  Do I need to buy a new device?  
Article ID: 23897
Older versions of Cisco Connect and the Network Magic add-on for Mac computers have compatibility issues with the latest release of Mac OS X (10.7 “Lion”).  Only Cisco Connect versions 1.4.11222 and newer are compatible with the Lion operating system.  To learn how to check your computer’s Mac OS X version, click here.
To ensure that Cisco Connect software can be installed on your Mac computer, check the table below which lists the devices that have this update.  
Device
Compatibility with Mac OS X Lion
E1000
Not available
E1200
Download
E1500
Download
E1550
Download
E2000
Not available
E2100L
Not available
E2500
Download
E3000
Not available
E3200
Download
E4200
Download
EA2700
Download
EA3500
Download
EA4500
Download
X2000
Download
X3000
Download

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