Ipad Pro "open in" missing for importing profile

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itguysav
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Ipad Pro "open in" missing for importing profile

Post by itguysav » Fri Nov 13, 2020 2:52 pm

On the Ipad Pro I do not have the option to choose OpenVPN Connect in the "open in" once I download the .opvn file.
Does anyone know of a solution for this issue? It works on the Ipad non pro edition.

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Re: Ipad Pro "open in" missing for importing profile

Post by 300000 » Thu Nov 19, 2020 9:56 am

where are you come from? moon maybe . do you expect iPad have import as android or what? which version on iPad do you see openvpn connect have import ? I whick Apple can do openvpn connect so its customs dont need to do anything to make it work .

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Re: Ipad Pro "open in" missing for importing profile

Post by itguysav » Fri Nov 20, 2020 7:42 pm

No, I'm not talking about an Android. When using my Ipad 8th gen, I uploaded the ovpn config file and was able to choose "open in" and OpenVpn Connect was an option. I choose it and everything worked correctly. On my Ipad Pro 12.9 4th Generation I followed the same procedure but the "open in" option for OpenVPN Connect isn't an option for me to choose.

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Re: Ipad Pro "open in" missing for importing profile

Post by 300000 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 11:26 pm

the way apple control how to manage file different so it very hard to import into openvpn profile . you need sent all openvpn config file to your email and open it from that or you need to install file explore somewhere and use share to drop file , either way not easy for you if you dont know how to do it

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Re: Ipad Pro "open in" missing for importing profile

Post by itguysav » Mon Nov 23, 2020 3:20 pm

I tried both. I cant seem to get the config file in the openvpn app.

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