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  1. Hi there I'm using Windows 10 and cannot get the openvpn gui to connect automatically on start up. I have the GUI to start automatically with Windows, and I have also set it to run automatically in Services. I still have to manually on "show hidden icons", then right click and select connect. Is there not a way of fully automating this process? Thanks
  2. Hello, I'm trying to use Eddie with other VPN providers and comparing it with OpenVPN GUI. ZoogVPN, and vpnbook .ovpn config files both work with OpenVPN GUI and Eddie. FinchVPN config file works with OpenVPN GUI but does not work with Eddie. I suspect it has something to do with a FinchVPN account.key file that I have in the config directory that Eddie is not picking up or something like that. Any ideas what I should do? Thanks
  3. Download and install OpenVPN from OpenVPN official download page Log in this site. Enter Config Generator. Click on your favorite option (if you are in doubt, just choose 443 UDP). Click on "Generate". Download or extract files into OpenVPN configuration directory. Launch OpenVPN GUI with administrator privileges, right-click on its tray icon and select "Air" --> "Connect".
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