Windows Vista PPTP VPN Setup

1.) Click on the ‘Start’ button and choose ‘Control Panel’.

2.) Once inside the control panel, click on the ‘Network and Internet’ option.

3 .) Click  ‘Connect to a network’.

4.) Click on ‘Set up a connection or Network’.

5.) Then choose ‘Connect to a workplace’ and click ‘Next’.

6.) NOTE: If you have previously configured any other custom connections in the ‘Network and Sharing Center’, this option may appear if but If you do not see this panel, please move on to the next step. Otherwise, select the radio button labeled ‘No, create a new connection’, and continue forward with the ‘Next’ button on the bottom as before.

7.) Choose the option ‘Use my Internet connection (VPN)’.

8.) Then enter the CheapestVPN server information on the ‘internet address’ field as for ‘destination name’ field you may enter whatever you wish. Click ‘Next’.

9.) Enter the Username and Password that you have set up during sign up. Remember to tickthe option ‘Remember this Password’ in case you have forgotten your login details. Do not fill the ‘Domain’ field. Click the ‘Create’ button in the lower-right corner to continue.

10.) Then click the ‘Close’ button

11.) Then go back to ‘Network and Sharing Center’ again and click ‘Change Adapter Settings’.

12.) Click on the connection you made earlier then right-click and go to ‘Properties’ to continue.

13.) Confirm the host IP from cheapestvpn information email, and continue on to the ‘Security’ tab, clicking on corresponding tab indicator at the top of the panel.
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14.) Click the drop-down box labeled ‘Type of VPN’, and hover to the ‘Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)’ selection. Check under the ‘Allow these protocols’ radio button and confirm that only the ‘CHAP’, and ‘MS-CHAP v2′ items are checked off.

15)To test your settings and login credentials go to ‘Notification Area’ and find the connection made earlier and click the ‘Connect’ button.

16) Make sure to check your username, click ‘Connect’ and after 30 seconds you may check the connectivity status by opening the ‘Notification Area’ in your taskbar.

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