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  1. Hey! I've got an annoying problem since today. Whenever i make a connection with OpenVPN windows analyzes the network type and decides it's domain (since the machine is on a domain). Would not be much of a problem, but my killswitch is based on that the ovpn-connection is treated as "public" not domain. Now, whatever i try to do, it still becomes domain. System: - Win7x64 on 2012R2-Domain, latest openvpn, nothing else (yet). What i tried: - setting every unknown/new network as public via GPO - also doing the same via local secpol - setting ndistype for the tapi-interface of ovpn - deleting nlm-cache, deleting routes, resetting ip4 completly - setting network type via registry Starts to drive me mad :-) Would be thankful for any idea!
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