Set up L2TP/IPSec VPN on Windows

How To - Set up L2TP/IPSec VPN on Windows

1. In the Start Menu, click Settings.

2. In the Settings menu, click Network & Internet.

3. Navigate to the VPN tab on the left, and then click Add a VPN connection.

4. Change the VPN provider to Windows (built-in), give it a connection name, address, and then set VPN type to L2TP/IPsec with pre-shared key.

Username and password are the ones configured in the Management Users page of the Cipafilter.

5. Afterward, Save and click Connect. It will show "Connected" if the settings were applied correctly.

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