Installing and Configuring OpenVPN (Windows)

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Nov 17, 2018 · First, the *.ovpn file is what is created automatically by the commercial software. It's basically the client.conf file. If you rename it to *.ovpn your clients will be able to import them. As written in the examples they assume the certs are available locally. You can however embed them in the *.ovpn file

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VPNConfig.ovpn; I first ran sudo apt install openvpn. After that I wanted to install it using the GUI. So I went to the settings app and under "Network" I tried adding a new VPN. It gives the option to "Import from a file". So I selected the VPNConfig.ovpn file, but it says it can't import the file.

5. Once the files are extracted, please move your desired .ovpn server files and the .crt certificate file to your OpenVPN config folder at (C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config). Please note that OpenVPN can only display 50 servers. So please select no more than 50 .ovpn files to copy. Hence, there will be 51 files including the certificate. 6. HOWTO setup OpenVPN server and client configuration files The server configuration file will be based upon a file called server.ovpn that is located at C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\sample-config. Copy it from this location to C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config and open the file in a text editor. Transfer the file dh.pem from the EasyRSA-server\pki folder to the C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config folder.