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How to Setup PureVPN Manually on Windows Vista (OpenVPN) ?

Feb 18, 2015
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Things to Consider:

Before you begin, please make sure that:

  • You have a working internet connection
  • Windows Supported Device.
  • A Premium PureVPN account (If you haven’t bought yet click here to buy)

Follow these simple steps to configure PureVPN on Windows Vista:

Installing PureOVPN:

1 Download PureVPN OpenVPN installer.

2 Right click on OpenVPN installer and select properties.

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3 From General Tab, click on “Unblock“, “Apply” and “OK

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4 Right click on OpenVPN installer and select “Open” or Double click to execute

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5 Click “Continue” to allow installation

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6 Click “Next

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7 Click “I agree

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8 Click “Next

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9 Click “Install” to begin installation

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10 Click “Next” once installation completes

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11 Uncheck “Show Readme” and click on Finish

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Connecting PureOVPN:

12 Right click on OpenVPN GUI icon and “Run as administrator

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13 Click “Continue” to allow application to run

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14 Right click on OpenVPN icon from System tray, go to desired server and select “Connect

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15 Insert Username and Password provided by PureVPN

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16 VPN will establish connection in few seconds

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17 You are connected now.  Enjoy the Freedom!!!!!!!!!!!

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18 To disconnect OpenVPN. Right click on OpenVPN Icon from System tray, go to connected server and select “Disconnect

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Saving account details:

19 Right click on OpenVPN Icon from system tray, go to desired server and select Edit Config

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20 Add pass.conf after auth-user-pass parameter and save

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21 Open notepad and insert Username in first line and password in second line then save it as pass.conf

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22 Open folder where you save the file, click on Tools menu and select Folder options

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23 Click on View tab and uncheck “Hide extensions for known file types“, click “Apply” and “OK

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24 Right click on pass.conf.txt file and rename it

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25 From pass.conf.txt, remove .txt, hit enter and click on “Yes” to continue

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26 Open OpenVPN installation folder (C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config) and drag / copy pass.conf file in config folder

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27 Click “Continue” to copy file

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28 Click “Continue” to allow

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*Repeat Step 19 and 20 to edit all servers
Step19: Right click on OpenVPN Icon from system tray, go to desired server and select Edit Config
Step20: Add pass.conf after auth-user-pass parameter and save

Having Trouble Connecting?
If you’re still unable to connect, then please check the most common errors and their solutions

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