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VPN doesn't work (Failed to open HTTPS connection to)

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Since today I cannot connect on OpenVPN or OpenConnect to any server. 

When I connect on OpenVPN it keeps refreshing and trying to reconnect.

When I connect on OpenConnect it gives me the error message "Failed to open HTTPS connection to...)

Both UDP/TCP and cleaning/refreshing the DNS don't work either.

I have tried all of the options on this website:


I've also tried a fix that was posted on this topic that required a clean install


Nothing seems so fix my issues.



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I e-mailed support and after doing this + restarting my PC/internet afterwards it works again:

1)  Uninstall all TAP drivers, go to >> Control Panel >> System and Security >> System >> Device Manager.
2) Scroll down to Network Adapters, right click the TAP drivers and uninstall them, deleting the driver too when asked,  then uninstall TorGuard app from program and features section
3) (Important step) Delete the following folders >> C:\Users\user\AppData\Local\VPNetworkLLC renaming "user" to your OS account name and C:/program files (x86)/VPNetworkLLC
4) Download any registry cleaner like ccleaner and run multiple registry cleans deleting all found till no more issues is reported (backup registry when it offers to do so).
5) Restart windows, and then Re-download and install the latest build http://updates.torguard.biz/Software/Windows/torguard-setup-latest.exe

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