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When should pre connection script fire in TG Client?

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Torguard VPN User 1337


Torguard VPN User 1337

I'm using TG Client v0.3.78 on Windows 10.

I have a pre connect script which enables my wired nic and disables my wifi nic

a post connect script which enables my wifi nic

and a disconnect script which disables both nics

All 3 scripts work fine when tested at the command line


When TG Client launches both nics are disabled (by design)

When I hit connect the TG Client just waits for existence of a default route but doesn't appear to fire the pre connect script to enable the wired nic. (and therefore create a default route)


What is the design here? When is the pre connect script meant to fire?

The post connect and disconnect scripts both run as expected. 


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