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PPTP Setup for [Windows XP]



To connect to PPTP on a Windows XP computer, you will need to use the built-in PPTP client.

Step 1
Click on Start button, go to Settings and then select "Network Connections".
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 1

Step 2
Double click on the "New Connection Wizard" icon in the "Network Connections" window.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 2

Step 3
A new popup window should open up and then click next.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 3

Step 4
Select "Connect to the network at my workplace" and then click next.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 4

Step 5
Select "Virtual Private Network connection" and then click next.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 5

Step 6
Type in any name you want under the "Company Name" and then click next.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 6

Step 7
Select "Do not dial the initial connection" and then click next.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 7

Step 8
Type in the server address (Click here for VPN Server Addresses) that you want to access and then click next.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 8

Step 9
Type in your FrostVPN Username and Password from your "VPN Activation" email and then click connect.
PPTP - Windows XP - Step 9

Step 10 
You're now connected to FrostVPN! You can also confirm that you're connected to our VPN by going to ipchicken.com.

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