How to Set Up Unlocator VPN "L2TP" Manually on Windows 10

First, find your Unlocator VPN account credentials
In order to set up a manual VPN connection, you need to use a server address, and your username and password found in your Unlocator account under the VPN tab.
You can locate this page by following these steps:
  • Go to My Account
  • Locate the VPN tab in the bottom-left corner of the page
  • To view your Email and Password: Choose VPN Account Info
    To view the server addresses: Choose Servers List

    You might want to keep these pages open so you could easily copy the info to be used in step 4.

    Click on the Lan/Wifi icon in the bottom-right
    To add a new VPN connection, click on the Internet access icon in your system tray. Then, from the pop-up menu, click Network settings
    Click on VPN then click on Add a VPN connection
    In the Add a VPN Connection menu, use the following settings:
    • VPN provider: Windows (built-in)
    • Connection name: Enter a name for your VPN connection
    • Server name or address: Choose a server from our servers list See step 1
    • VPN type: Select Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol with IPsec (L2T/IPsec) or L2TP/IPsec with pre-shared key from the VPN type drop-down menu
    • Use Unlocator as your pr-shared key if you chose to set up the L2TP/IPsec with pre-shared key VPN protocol.
    • Type of sign-in info: User name and password
    • User name: Email is shown in your VPN account info. See step 1
    • Password: The password is shown in your VPN account info. See step 1

    Click on Connect to connect to your VPN:
    You will now see your new VPN connection in the Network & Internet settings panel. To connect to the VPN server, click the name of the connection, then click Connect.
    VPN Status:
    You can now see that you are connected to the VPN. You can disconnect from the VPN by clicking on Disconnect.
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