Windows 7, 8 PPTP (Manual Setup)

Control Panel

Open Control Panel in Windows 8 by swiping in from the right edge of the screen, tapping Search (or if you're using a mouse, pointing to the upper-right corner of the screen, moving the mouse pointer down, and then clicking Search), entering Control Panel in the search box, and then tapping or clicking Control Panel. 

For Windows 7 click the Start button, and then click Control Panel.

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Control Panel


Network and Internet

Click on Network and Internet.

Network and Internet


Network and Sharing Centre

Click on Network and Sharing Centre.

Network and Sharing Centre


Set up a new connection or network.

Click on Set up a new connection or network.

Set up a new connection or network.


Connect to a workplace

Select Connect to a workplace, and then click Next.

Connect to a workplace


Create a new connection

If you already have a workplace connection in place, you will see this screen. Just make sure, 'No, create a new connection' is selected, and click Next.

If you do not have an existing workplace connection, you will not see this screen and instead see the next screen on this tutorial entitled, 'How do you want to connect?'.

Create a new connection


How do you want to connect?

Click on, Use my Internet connection (VPN).

How do you want to connect?


Type the Internet address to connect to

For Shared IP VPN Service Users: Here you choose the TUVPN.COM VPN node to which you wish to connect.
You can change your node selection at any time. 

For Dedicated IP VPN Service Users: You MUST choose the VPN Server for which you have subscribed

As Destination name we choose TUVPN.

Finally, click Next.

Type the Internet address to connect to


Type your username and password

Enter your VPN username and VPN password that was sent to you in an email entitled TUVPN.COM Service Activation after you signed up and paid for your vpn service.

 Tick the box Remember this password. Click Connect.

Type your username and password


Connecting to TUVPN...

You will now see this window as your username and password is verified and the connection is established with TUVPN servers. Please be patient as this may take a minute or two. You do not have to do anything when you see this window....just wait.

You will see the next window on this tutorial when you have been connected.

Connecting to TUVPN...


You are connected

When you see this window, you have been Connected. Congratulations!

Click, Close.

You are connected


Confirmation of Successful Connection to Your VPN

If you wish to confirm that you really are now enjoying new freedoms, security and anonymity on the Internet, go to an IP Identification site (e.g www.whatismyipaddress.com ) where you can see that your IP is now a TUVPN server node in an entirely new location....and probably a new country!

If you put 'vpn.tuvpn.com' as the internet address during the setup, this randomly chooses any one of the TUVPN global servers. So you may see an IP for any one of our global vpn server addresses.

Enjoy your new freedom and security!

Confirmation of Successful Connection to Your VPN


Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 1)

When you restart your PC, you will not be automatically connected to your VPN. To re-establish your VPN connection, go to Control Panel.

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Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 1)


Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 2)

Click on View network status and tasks.

Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 2)


Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 3)

Click on Connect or disconnect.

Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 3)


Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 4)

Select TUVPN, then click on Connect.

Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 4)


Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 5)

Your username and password have already been saved here, so just click Connect.

 

Your username and password will be verified, and then you will be connected!

 

You can confirm this again by checking your IP address; ( www.whatismyipaddress.com )

 

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Reconnecting to TUVPN (Step 5)


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