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Theoretically yes, and being able to stream things from other countries is my primary use case.
However, different broadcasters are more or less efficient about cracking down on VPN use. You may find yourself needing to try different in-country servers offered by your provider if one doesn’t work, so it's best to go with a provider with lots of servers in the country whose content you’re interested in accessing.
The BBC have become really annoying though. On mobile platforms at least, they now go off location services, making the VPN ineffective. I haven’t checked what they do on the PC.
On 18 July 2021 12:13:13 "Dave Durber" <d.durber@...> wrote:
I have never set up or used a VPN. I now live in the UK. When I lived in
the US, I used to be able to stream audio from the BBC, through my BBC account.
I understand that is no longer possible.
Does it mean, If I set up a VPN, and I am
outside the UK, I can connect to a server in the UK, and stream audio and video,
from sights,which restrict broadcasts to people living in the UK?
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Sent: Saturday, July 17, 2021 6:08
Subject: Re: re jaws and vpn's
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
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
Saturday, July 17, 2021 2:37 AM
Subject: Re: re jaws and
Windows key+i to bring up settings.
enter on Network and Internet from the list.
the next list, press enter on VVPN.
just typing “VPN” in the search box that appears when you press the Windows
key will probably get you there.
email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: 17 July 2021 04:17
Subject: Re: re jaws and
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
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
July 2021 20:00:05 "stewartross via groups.io" <stewartross@...>
can someone tell me if jaws works with any vpn's?