We recommend you create a restore point before upgrading so in the event something goes wrong you can go back to before you made the change – we also recommend that you uninstall all other VPN apps and any previous TAP drivers used by older versions of TorGuard or other VPN apps by following this guide here
Download TorGuard Client and install it.
Once installed, you will see Tunnel Type, Protocol, Port / Auth and Cipher are set to give you a good balance between security and performance.
You can change these values as needed but bear in mind perfromance can be affected when you select higher levels of encryption, you may want to change UDP to TCP as UDP is often filtered on some networks, this normally causes a “Wait” status.
Now click “Select Server…” and choose your desired location.
For speed, try to select the closest location to you, if the closest isn’t the best try work your way out to see what works best for you – also try between Tunnel Types, Ciphers and Protocols: TCP/UDP to see if those make any difference.
Click Connect – it will then prompt you for your VPN service username and password and make sure to check “Remember Credentials” so you don’t need to keep typing those in.
If you haven’t yet changed them they will be the same as your website login details – IF you have changed them through the manage credentials page then they will be whatever you changed them to and separate to your website login credentials.
It should then try connect you to the VPN – once you see a “Connected” status it should then read directly below it “Verified” this means you are 100% connected and secured.
To Disconnect just hit the Disconnect button at the bottom of the “Connected” window.
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