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How to Setup VPN Connection in Windows 7?

We've provided the procedure on how to setup VPN connection in Windows XP environment. If you missed the article, here's the link: http://www.medialogy.com/2009/03/howto-setup-vpn-connection-using.html

Step-by-step procedure to setup VPN network in Windows 7
  • In Windows 7, click the windows icon, Control Panel.
  • In Control Panel, click Network and Internet.
  • In Network and Sharing Center, click View network status and tasks.
  • In Change your network settings, click Set up a new connection or network.
  • In Set up a Connection or Network, select Connect to a workplace, then click Next.
  • In Connect to a Workplace, click Use my Internet connection (VPN).
  • Type the Internet address, FQDN fully qualified domain name or IP Address. For example, VPN.KING.NET or 10.10.10.1
  • In Destination Name: VPN Connection (default) or change this to something else.
  • Click Next to continue.
  • Type your Username, Password, and Domain (optional). Click Next.
Make sure the domain name user is a member of your Remote Connection or PPTP group. Test your VPN connection.

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