PPTP Setup For Windows 7 Through Windows Built-in VPN Settings

 
This tutorial explains how to Setup FastestVPN via PPTP protocol on Windows 7 using Windows built-in VPN settings

Step #1: Click on your LAN/ WiFi icon on the taskbar and open “Network and Sharing center”

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #2: Click on “Set up a new connection or network”.

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #3: Select “Connect to a workplace” and click on “Next”.

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #4: Select “Use my Internet connection (VPN)”.

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #5: In “Internet address” enter your desired FastestVPN’s PPTP server address. For example Singapore: sg.jumptoserver.com.
Click here to get FastestVPN’s complete PPTP server list

In “Destination name” write “FastestVPN_PPTP” (or whatever you like)

Check mark “Don’t create now”

Click on “Next”

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #6: Enter your FastestVPN username and FastestVPN Password. Check mark “Remember this password” and click on “Create”

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #7: Click on “Close”

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #8: Now click on “Change Adapter Settings” in Network and Sharing Center.

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #9: Right click on the VPN profile you just created and select “Properties”

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #10: Go to Security tab. Select “Point to Point Tunneling protocol” in Type of VPN

Enable “Allow these protocols” and check mark “Microsoft CHAP Version 2 (MS-CHAP v2}”

Click on “OK” to close Properties Window

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #11: Double click on your PPTP VPN profile.

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #12: Select “Save this username and password”.

Click on “Connect

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

Step #13: It will be connected shortly. You can see its status in your available connections.

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in

 

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When you need to disconnect , click on your VPN connection name and select “Disconnect”

Windows 7 PPTP Built-in