Problem with installing VPN

So far the sequence looks like this:
1. reboot (to kill off any processes)
2. uninstall old vpn
3. reboot (to kill off any remainings)
4. install new vpn

This is working well when VPN was not used by the user. However, when it have some changes in its configuration (like choosing a hub to connect to) - it's still the old version after step 4 and I don't even know how to look for a solution. If anyone could help I would be greatful.

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between steps 2 and 3

Open network and sharing center. On left side click on Change adpater settings. You will get all created VPN connections and you can delete what you don't need.

Answered 08/29/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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Why dont you Upgrade it by using Upgrade table

Answered 08/29/2012 by: jagadeish
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And why don't you use a script to kill the task/process?

Answered 08/30/2012 by: piyushnasa
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  • Here, you can use the script here:
  • i see the problem now. It becuse the unistalled dont remove files form the user profil folder.:( how can i remove them
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