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==== Set up for the native VPN Client on Windows XP ====
 
==== Set up for the native VPN Client on Windows XP ====
# Click on the '''Start''' menu.  
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# Click on [[Image:Start button.PNG]].
# If you see a menu with the title “Settings”, go there first, then proceed to the next step. If you do not see this menu, simply go to the next step.
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# Click on '''Control Panel'''. (If you don't see Control Panel, look for it under the '''Settings''' menu.)
# Click on '''Control Panel'''.
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# Under Control Panel, find and open '''Network Connections'''.
# Under “Control Panel” find and open '''Network Connections'''.  
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# From the '''File''' menu, select '''New Connection'''.
# From the menu titled “File” select '''New Connection'''.
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# The “New Connection Wizard” will open. Click [[Image:Next button.PNG]].
# The “New Connection Wizard” will open. Click “Next”.
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# Choose “'''Connect to the network at my workplace'''” and click [[Image:Next button.PNG]].
# Choose “'''Connect to the network at my workplace'''” and click “Next”.
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# Select the “'''Virtual Private Network connection'''” and click [[Image:Next button.PNG]].
# Select the “'''Virtual Private Network connection'''” and click “Next”.
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# Enter '''MiddVPN''' (for the company or connection name) and click [[Image:Next button.PNG]].
# Enter '''MiddVPN'''(for the company or connection name) and click “Next”.
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# If asked to automatically dial a connection, choose '''Do not dial the initial connection'''.
# If asked to “Automatically dial” a connection, '''choose “Do not dial the initial connection”'''.
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# For the Host Name or IP address enter: '''140.233.5.200''' Click [[Image:Next button.PNG]].
# For the Host Name or IP address enter: '''140.233.5.200''' Click “Next”.
 
 
# '''Choose not to use a smart card''', if asked by the wizard.
 
# '''Choose not to use a smart card''', if asked by the wizard.
# Select the '''Anyone’s use'''usage option, then click “Next”.
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# Select the '''Anyone’s use''' usage option, then click [[Image:Next button.PNG]].
# Check the '''Add a shortcut to my desktop'''box, and click “Finish”.
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# Check the '''Add a shortcut to my desktop''' box, and click [[Image:Finish button.PNG]].
# If asked, enter your username and password to start the VPN connection.  
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# If asked, enter your username and password to start the VPN connection.
# '''To connect in the future:''' double click the shortcut named '''MiddVPN'''on the Desktop and enter your username and password. 
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# '''To connect in the future:''' double click the shortcut named '''MiddVPN''' on the Desktop and enter your username and password.<br>[[Image:XP VPN Icon.PNG]]
 
 
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==== Set up for the native VPN Client on Windows Vista ====
 
==== Set up for the native VPN Client on Windows Vista ====

Revision as of 13:01, 24 November 2009

Set up for the native VPN Client on Windows XP

  1. Click on Start button.PNG.
  2. Click on Control Panel. (If you don't see Control Panel, look for it under the Settings menu.)
  3. Under Control Panel, find and open Network Connections.
  4. From the File menu, select New Connection.
  5. The “New Connection Wizard” will open. Click Next button.PNG.
  6. Choose “Connect to the network at my workplace” and click Next button.PNG.
  7. Select the “Virtual Private Network connection” and click Next button.PNG.
  8. Enter MiddVPN (for the company or connection name) and click Next button.PNG.
  9. If asked to automatically dial a connection, choose Do not dial the initial connection.
  10. For the Host Name or IP address enter: 140.233.5.200 Click Next button.PNG.
  11. Choose not to use a smart card, if asked by the wizard.
  12. Select the Anyone’s use usage option, then click Next button.PNG.
  13. Check the Add a shortcut to my desktop box, and click Finish button.PNG.
  14. If asked, enter your username and password to start the VPN connection.
  15. To connect in the future: double click the shortcut named MiddVPN on the Desktop and enter your username and password.
    XP VPN Icon.PNG

Set up for the native VPN Client on Windows Vista

  1. Click on the Start button and click Control Panel.
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  1. Select the Network and Sharing Center (if this option is not available immediately, first select Network and Internet)
  2. In the left navigation area under Tasks – click on Set up a connection or network
  3. Select Connect to a workplace and click Next.
  4. If prompted to use an existing connection, choose No, create a new connection and click Next.
  5. Click on Use my Internet connection (VPN).

Note: if you do not have a current connection to the Internet, the following directions may not apply. Please connect to the Internet before following these instructions.


  1. Enter the IP address and a name for the connection as listed below and click on Next.
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  1. Enter your Middlebury College username, the password for that account, and MIDD as the domain. Then click on Connect.
  2. A screen displaying the text “You are connected” will appear when the VPN connection has been established.
  3. Return to the Network and Sharing Center to disconnect the VPN connection as needed. Click on Manage network connections in the same location to establish future VPN connections.