On Mon, 17 Jan 2005, Monty Ree wrote:
I installed openvpn GUI 1.0 beta 26 for client.
and OpenVPN 2.0_rc8 and OpenVPN 2.0_beta16(./configure
Did you need --enable-password-save on the server?
What password are you having in a file there?
But I can't use "auth-user-pass filename" after upgrade.
I assume you mean on the Windows client now, right?
How can I use "auth-user-pass filename"?
You would have to rebuild OpenVPN on Windows with the
In my case, OpenVPN reconnect very often, so reconnection automatically
is very important for me without typing username/password...
You can use the --persist-key option on the client. This will cause
OpenVPN to cache the password during ping-restarts.
You can also change the following reg-value to "0". That will cause
OpenVPN GUI not to terminate OpenVPN when you put a computer in hibernate
Now you would only be queried for user auth creds when you have manually
disconnected and want to connect again.
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