[Connection Entries->Modify->Erase User Password].
Control Panel(generally from the
[Start]menu) and then open
Programs and Features(Windows Vista) or
Add/Remove Programs(Windows XP). Find the entry for
VPN Client, select it and then click on
Removeto uninstall the program.
Terminalapplication in the
Applications). Then type the command
sudo /usr/local/bin/vpn_uninstallto start the removal process. You will be prompted for your password.
sudo /usr/local/bin/vpn_uninstall. You will be prompted for your password.
On your own machine. The standard system firewalls included in Windows XP
and Mac OS X should not need any special configuration in order to work with current
releases of VPN. Some technical information relating to the use of VPN with the
Windows XP firewall is provided at http://ict.cas.psu.edu/training/howto/comm/vpn4.8-xpsp2.htm.
If you have a third-party firewall product installed such as ZoneAlarm installed, this may need to have VPN added to its "allowed" list (or removed from its "blocked" list). You will need to consult the firewall documentation for details of how to do this.
1. Fixing the Virtual Adapter:
2. Disabling connection sharing:
3. Adding a registry setting:
4. Manual IP address assignment: