Change Network Settings in Group Policy Editor
To do this, follow the guidelines below:
- Open Run dialog box: click Win Key + R.
- In the box, type in gpedit.msc and click OK to open Group Policy Editor.
- In the gpedit’s window, double-click on Computer Configuration.
- Select Administrator Templates > Network > Network Isolation.
- Enable the following policies: Subnet Definitions are authoritative and Private Network ranges for apps.
- Input your internal IP-subnet range: 10.0.0.0/8.
- Save changes and close the program.
- Restart PC.
There you go, these are some simple methods that you can try if your VPN blocks Microsoft Store apps on your PC.
If our solutions didn’t work for you, try disabling your VPN temporarily or consider switching to a different VPN client.
Setup of VPN at the Fritzbox
First, a new user is created under System-> FRITZ! Box user.
Here, the access from the Internet must be granted and VPN (of course, be unlocked, everything else is deselected.
we remember the information from the iphone settings:
- Server: arpdggefuegr23723n.myfritz.net
- Account: vpn_user
- Password: Password of the FRITZ! Box user “vpn_user”
- Use certificate is disabled
- Group name: vpn_user
- Shared Secret: TANrpS1y34hHHJGIS4
Now it goes on the Raspi ….
sudo apt-get install vpnc
Create and customize config:
sudo nano /etc/vpnc/fritzbox.conf
IPSec gateway arpdggefuegr23723n.myfritz.net
IPSec ID vpn_user
IPSec secret TANrpS1y34hHHJGIS4
IKE Authmode psk
Xauth username vpn_user
Xauth password <passwort>
local port 0
DPD idle timeout (our side) 0
first test of the tunnel:
sudo vpnc fritzbox.conf
Ending the VPn connection:
I have the start of the script in /etc/rc.local registered so that the VPN connection is established during boot.
– Update –
Since the VPN connection breaks partially uncontrolled Abdelkader Wahb has made a script that monitors the connection and reboots when needed. I do not want to deprive you of this:
Entry in / etc / crontab so that every 3 minutes is automatically executed on boot:
* / 3 * * * * root /etc/init.d/autovpncscript