moderated Re: re jaws and vpn's
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Yes it does.
You do all that through the server addresses.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: 17 July 2021 18:09
Subject: Re: re jaws and vpn's
Hi, Ed. This only configures the VPN native to Windows. It doesn't configure the third-party VPN that is inaccessible. Besides that, the VPN that is native to Windows doesn't unblock streams that are blocked from the user's country of network origin.
Press Windows key+i to bring up settings.
Press enter on Network and Internet from the list.
From the next list, press enter on VVPN.
Alternatively, just typing “VPN” in the search box that appears when you press the Windows key will probably get you there.
Hi, Ed. How do you key VPN settings manually into Windows if you have a VPN that isn't JAWS accessible?
As long as your VPN provider of choice lets you see its relevant settings, then you can key them in manually into Windows.
This is a bit more work but it's no more complicated than setting up an email account manually, and the massive advantage is that you don’t need to care whether your VPN provider’s software is accessible or worry whether they might break it during an update.
On 16 July 2021 20:00:05 "stewartross via groups.io" <stewartross@...> wrote: