Connect iPhone X to Always On VPN

What is the process to connect an iPhone X to a remote Windows network using the Always On VPN?
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Owen RubinConsultantCommented:
This is the same answer I gave you your connecting a Mac to a remote Windows machine. How do,you wish to connect? The VPN really makes little difference if the machine is remote. But the type of connection does.

Currently, I use a program called Jump, which is a VNC and RDP client, and do screen sharing with the remote machine.  But maybe you want to FTP? Or SSH connect? What are you trying to do?
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IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
I am trying to obtain complete VPN access to my entire internal Windows network using Always On.

I'm just wondering how this can be done using an iPhone X since Always On requires that the devices making the VPN connection to install a certificate.
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Owen RubinConsultantCommented:
A few questions in the other post. I’ll answer there and copy here later b
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IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Owen,

I'm currently not sure what VPN service or app to use on my iPhone to connect to a Windows Always On VPN network which is why I am asking this question.

What do you recommend?
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Owen RubinConsultantCommented:
I guess I would ask your purpose? If just trying to protect yourself on open Wifi, then you might want to look at a brand new product from Webroot. (Disclosure, I am a Beta tester) I find it works well, and I trust this company for my Anti Virus software as well. https://www.webroot.com/us/en/home/products/vpn-wifi-security. I think it is still in Beta, but you might be able to sign up for the Beta and try it out for free. Follow that link and click Sign Up.

I also like Ivacy as they have servers all over the world so you can move where you appear to be. They offer various levels of security/speed tradeoffs, and they have "sales" all the time which makes their service rather inexpensive.  https://www.ivacy.com/exclusive-offer-of-the-year/?utm_source=aff-035&utm_medium=Affiliate  Right now I think you can get it as low as $1.40 a month, which is fairly cheap.

Both have clients for Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS. I also like that on iOS and Android, they have an app that does all the settings for you, so all you have to do is press a "Connect" button, and you have VPN.

Hope that is some help.  BTW, with both of these, I have access to my local network when connected to the VPN, so that is great as well.
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