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Setting your client to automatically connect to your VPN when your computer starts

Automatically connecting with a Mac client:

Step 1: Ensure you have the appropriate Connect Client downloaded on your device. From the Client UI for your Access Server, log in with your user credentials and choose the OpenVPN Connect download for your device:

Step 2: The VPN Administrator will need to enable auto-login for the profile in question. This is done in the Admin Web UI, by clicking on Allow Auto-login for the appropriate Username:

Step 3: Go to the Client UI and download an auto-login profile. You’ll find the link for that at the bottom of the UI. Open your Connect app and choose + to add it:

Step 4: Click on the OpenVPN icon on your device ribbon bar

Step 5: Select Settings  > Reconnect on Reboot

Your VPN connection will now occur on start-up without requiring any additional steps on your part.

 

Automatically connecting with a Windows client

Step 1: Ensure you have the appropriate Connect Client downloaded on your device. From the Client UI for your Access Server, log in with your user credentials and choose the OpenVPN Connect download for your device:

Step 2: The VPN Administrator will need to enable auto-login for the profile in question. This is done in the Admin Web UI, by clicking on Allow Auto-login for the appropriate Username:

Step 3: Go to the Client UI and download an auto-login profile. You’ll find the link for that at the bottom of the UI. Open your Connect app and choose + to add it:

Step 4: Right-click on the icon in the taskbar:

Step 5: Choose Settings > Reconnect on Reboot:

Your VPN connection will now occur on start-up without requiring any additional steps on your part.

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