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How to Setup VPN in Windows 10

In this tutorial I will show you how to setup VPN in Windows 10 to make sure all your connections are encrypted or to bypass geographical limitations of some websites. In this article we use some public VPN addresses, please refrain from using these if you use the VPN connection to do transactions or other private things.

How to Setup VPN Connection in Windows 10

1. Begin by opening Start and click on Settings

Start » Settings
Start » Settings


2. Click on Network and Internet

Network & Internet
Network & Internet


3. Click on VPN, then click on Add a VPN Connection


VPN -> Add a VPN Connection
VPN -> Add a VPN Connection


4. As the providor, choose the Windows Providor

5. Fill in the Connection Name, you can use any name you want

6. Now at server name or address fill in the server address you use. For example euro217.vpnbook.com

7. Now choose your type of Sign-in, in normal cases this would be User name and password

8. If you want to have your User name and password saved, so you don’t have to fill them in, every time you connect to the service, then enter them in the User name and Password fields.

9. Now click on Save

How to Setup VPN in Windows 10
How to Setup VPN in Windows 10


Connecting to your VPN in Windows 10

To connect simply click on the VPN you want to use and then click on the Connect button

VPN Connect in Windows 10
VPN Connect in Windows 10


We hope this tutorial on How to Setup VPN in Windows 10  has helped you configure and connect to your VPN in Windows 10. If you have any questions feel free to ask them in our forums, there are multiple experts waiting to help you!


  • RP March 14, 2016

    Hundreds of docs like this online, just regurgitating what MS has already documented. This is useless – I can’t resolve network computer names, nor even ping IP addresses across a VPN configured like this. Another thing MS broke with Windows 10.

    • Yuri Pustjens March 16, 2016

      Hello RP

      Thank you for replying on WindowsInstructed. However this issue is not normal, in most cases ping and other features should always be working, even when using a VPN.

      Are you trying to ping an internal computer or an external computer that is connected through a VPN? If it’s an internal computer (on same network) then ping on the local ip adress (192.168.x.x) should always be working. If it’s an external computer then you should PING the VPN IP that the computer was given.

      Let me know how we can help 🙂

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