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vpn on windows 7 desktop

Posted on 2011-02-21
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How can I put an icon on the desktop for the user to click an make a vpn connection like I can do for windows xp and vista ?
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Two ways.

Run the command 'ncpa.cpl' which launches your network connections, then drag-drop.

Otherwise, go to Network and Sharing center, then go to 'Change adaptor settings' on the lefthand side.
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