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How do I connect a client device to my OpenVPN Access Server?

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How to connect devices with Access Server

You can find documentation here on how to connect various devices to your OpenVPN Access Server. The most common systems are Windows, Macintosh, Linux, iOS, and Android. But there are also other devices, programs, and situations in which you can make connections, some of which we may choose to provide official guides for.

General compatibility guide

The OpenVPN protocol itself is an open source standardized protocol with which the Access Server is compatible. Therefore almost all devices that support OpenVPN in some form will likely be able to connect to the Access Server. We say likely because due to the enormous flexibility of the OpenVPN software, it is possible choices are made to block or simply not implement some options on the client device that prevents a successfully connection. And there are a lot of products out there that support OpenVPN protocol.

The major operating systems Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and OS, are supported with our official OpenVPN Connect client software and most open source and third-party commercial OpenVPN client programs and devices.

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