The clients are a range of OSs: Win XP, Vista Win 7 and Linux.
Almost all of the users use logins that are not administrators. With XP adding them to the "Network Configuration Group" might be necessary for all to connect correctly.
With vista I had to use the allow_service approach by changing the
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Same for all the Win 7 computers that I have set up so far. But the most recent didn't have the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\OpenVPN-GUI registry keys after install. Instead there seemed to be user based OpenVPN-GUI registry keys. And although changing the settings of these does change the OpenVPN-GUI menu (from the task bar icon), connecting fails on the route add part.
This particular Win 7 is Win 7 Pro. I think that the others were all home Premium.
How can I get the user to be able to connect without having to give them the administrator password (I haven't as yet been able to try adding them to the "Network Config" group - maybe that will be sufficient)?
Or is there some way that I can get the OpenVPN-GUI registry keys back to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE?
Any help would be appreciated as at the moment this user cannot connect remotely.