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How To Delete Old VPN Generated Connections

Posted on 2016-09-19
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Every time I turn on and off my VPN (PrivateInternetAccess.com) program
it adds to this mess, How do I delete them?

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Question by:Eirman
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You should be able to remove all those devices from device manager
From computer management click view and enable show hidden devices and expand network adapters..

My 2 cents I would rather see if the vpn program is not maybe configured incorrectly.

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Type NETSH LAN /?   or NETSH WLAN /?  e.g. NETSH LAN SHOW PROFILES

You can use these commands to delete profiles.
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@Eirman - Thanks and I was happy to help.
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