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Old 26th December 2011, 09:25 PM
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Setting VPN up via Network manager?

Hi all

I'm getting stuck with setting up a VPN.

I have got it working fine via pptpconfig so I know it does work, however when I plug the same settings into Network Connections it doesn't do anything (originally it said something about failing, not sure exactly what what, as now it just spins for a bit and then does nothing). I assume I have in needed component missing, but can't work out what.

I know I could just stick with pptpconfig, but I would far rather use Network manager as this seems a far quicker, cleaner way of working.

Any idea on how to fix this, or where to start looking?

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