In order to avoid the "run as administrator" issue, I have at script running at boot loading OpenVPN elevated.
Problem is that after resume, I get a notice from OpenVPN asking me if I am really sure that I want to close my active connections. If I am answering no, OpenVPN is still running, but I would like it not to try to close it on resume.
Other times OpenVPN is just hanging (after resume), and the tunnel never comes up again until all OpenVPN processes are killed in tastmgr.
How to avoid this? To keep OpenVPN running elevated ever after resume?
How to customize and extend your OpenVPN installation.
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