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Virtualbox: 6 Steps To Enable Incoming VPN Connections in Windows 7

VPN’s can be handy. Here is a short guide that explains how to enable incoming VPN connections. This works in 7 and 8
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TIP: This only works if you have successfully installed Virtualbox!

VPN settings allow your Operating System to accept incoming connections to a network. If you are a novice Windows 7 user or have no idea how to enable this feature, here is how to do it:

1. StepType Network and Sharing Connections in Start Menu Search and press Enter.

Type network and sharing connections in start menu and press enter

2. StepClick on Change adapter settings

Click on Change adapter settings

3. StepPress Alt+F and select New Incoming Connection…

New Incoming Connection

4. StepCheck the users you want to connect to this computer and click Next

Check users and press Next

5. StepCheck Through the Internet and click Next

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6. Step Select the connections and click Allow access

Allow connections

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Published: Friday, December 28th, 2012 Last Modified: February 7, 2015

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