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ProtonVPN working in CCBoot Client

2018/02/26 01:30

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Using a VPN connection to get better latency is standard nowadays. Here is how you can make ProtonVPN working in CCBoot client.

1. Search "Services" in start menu and click on "Services" (Figure 1).


Figure 1

2. Now, on "Services" window, check and make sure Windows firewall is running and set as "Automatic" (Figure 2).

Windows firewall services

Figure 2

3. Now, Right click the network icon and choose "Network and Internet Center" (Figure 3).

Network and internet settings

Figure 3

4. Click on "Change adapter settings" (Figure 4).

Change adapter settings

Figure 4

5. Now, right click the "Proton VPN" adapter and click on "Disable" (Figure 5).

Disable proton vpn

Figure 5

6. Now, once its disabled properly, right click and click on "Enable" to enable it again (Figure 6).

Enable proton vpn

Figure 6

7. Open, Proton VPN application, then login and click on "Quick Connect" (Figure 7).

Open proton VPN

Figure 7

8. After few seconds, it will successfully connect to one of the servers (Figure 8).

Connected to vpn

Figure 8


Make VPN connection work in CCBoot client