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Viscosity VPN client, have to import connections?

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Do you have to manually import every connection you want to connect to? Mine has none by default. Looking at the install guide it looks as if its supposed to have them already imported?

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Hi

 

This can happen when you run security software that block our update server.

 

First you can try disable all security software and all features of the security software, restart Viscosity and see if it pulls the profiles.

 

If not proceed with below:

 

1) Disable all features of security software, AV's and Firewalls.

2) Uninstall Viscosity

3) Reinstall Viscosity from our downloads page here torguard.net/downloads.php while security software is still disabled.

4) Re-enable Security software but make sure our app is whitelisted and torguard.net is whitelisted.

 

Connection profiles should now show and work fine!

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