In this guide we will be importing .ovpn or .visz connections into Liquid Viscosity on Windows.

 1.   The first thing you want to do is Right Click the Liquid Viscosity System Tray Icon.
Viscosity Tray Icon (blue/grey)



 2.   Click on Preferences.
Viscosity Options, we want Preferences



 3.   If you have OpenVPN installed then you want to go to the General Tab, then click Import OpenVPN Connections.  If you do not have OpenVPN or your desired vpn is not .ovpn then Skip to Step 5.
General Tab then Import OpenVPN Connections



 4.   Click Yes.
Installation Detected Click Yes



 5.   To add Manually go to the bottom of the Connections tab, Click + -> Import Connection -> From File
Connections + to add manual VPN Connection



 6.   Navigate to where your config files are for the vpn you wish to add to Viscosity, In this instance I am adding a whole folder that I copied over to Viscositys installation directory.
Navigate to file or folder .ovp or .visz are located



 7.   If you click on the Liquid Viscosity System tray icon again you should now see your imported VPN connections.


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