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Privatoria VPN on WIndows 10
August 20, 2015

Windows 10 is finally out and it’s definitely a big deal. Many users have been waiting for a long time to get this update because of the Windows 8 questionable user interface. Fortunately, Microsoft has taken some user’s feedback into account and went back to more traditional desktop paradigm in Windows 10. Start menu is fully back now, and all the apps can be loaded in windowed mode now. Windows 10 also brings a number of under-the-hood changes to speed up certain system processes.

Privatoria engineers have ensured full Windows 10 support all of our services. However, the user interface (even though it looks more familiar than the one from Windows 8) has changed quite a bit. Therefore, we would like to showcase Privatoria L2TP/Ipsec VPN set-up in Windows 10 OS.

Follow these simple steps to get Privatoria VPN to work on Windows 10.

Set up VPN in Windows 10

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1. Launch the Start Menu and enter ‘Settings’

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (1)

2. Choose ‘Network & Internet’

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (2)

3. Choose ‘VPN’

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (3)

4. Create New VPN connection

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (4)

5. Fill in all required fields with values identical to those you see below (Username and password are your Privatoria account details)

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (5.1)

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (5.2)

6. Choose a newly created connection and click ‘Connect’

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (6)

Windows 10 L2TP VPN set-up (7)

Congratulations! You are now running Privatoria VPN on your Windows 10. No Privatoria account? Try free trial.

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  • Bradley Hodges

    It won’t work for me, I’ve set everything up following these instructions and double checked multiple times – and it gives me the error “The L2TP connection attempt failed because the security layer encountered a processing error during initial negotiations with the remote computer”. Not even OpenVPN works for me.

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