In the rare event that you find yourself unable to reconnect to a server after a disconnect, follow these few simple steps to reconnect.

 1.   Reboot computer! (AINT NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT)


 2.   The first thing we want to do is bring up Task Manager by hitting Control+Alt+Delete
Click on Task Manager



 3.   After bringing up Task Manager we want to go over to the Process Tab.
Process Tab killing all Openvpn and Viscosity Processes



 4.   End any Processes related to Openvpn, and or Liquid Viscosity.
Yes we want to end all Openvpn/Viscosity Process(es)



 5.   Do this for all remaining OpenVPN/Viscosity Processes!

 
 6.   If that doesnt work See Step 1.

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