- Right click OpenVPN Icon from system tray, go to desired server and select Edit config.
- Add pass.conf after auth-user-pass parameter and Save.
- Open Notepad and insert PureVPN credentials and Save it.
- Open the folder where you saved the file, click View from the top and check File name extensions.
- Click View Tab and uncheck Hide extensions for known file types, click Apply and OK.
- Right click on pass.conf.txt file and rename it.
- From pass.conf.txt, remove.tx, hit enter and click on Yes.
- Open OpenVPN installation folder and drag/ copy pass.conf file in config folder.
- Click Continue to copy file
Repeat below steps to edit all servers.
Step A: Right click OpenVPN icon from system tray, go to the desired server and click edit config.
Step B: Add pass.conf after auth-user-pass parameter and save.
We are sorry for the inconvenience. It seems you are not typing correct command, We would request you not to copy it but rather type the command manually. Try this and let us know if it works!
Hello! The last command does not work for me. I am using a WiFi connection. I get this error:
“The filename, directory name or volume label syntax is incorrect.”
Your help would be appreciated!
Thanks for reaching out to us. Well, you can use the same command it should work fine.
Let us know if we can help you with anything else!
How if im using wifi connection ? whats the command ?
Hi! When lowering the MTU value, as of 1472 or lower I get a “request timed out” response, but at 1473 I still get the “fragmented” response. Any tips? Thanks!
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Amazing .. very helpful information not only with PureVPN but will my work as Network Engineer 🙂
i know how to change it on the Routers/Switches Now on Computers Too ^_^