To manually set up an L2TP-or-PPTP connection under Windows 10, read the instructions as followed.

At first, you'll need to bring up the Settings window and enter Network & Internet.

Settings

After entering Network & Internet, you'll need to click VPN, and select Add a VPN connection.

Windows 10 VPN

At first, you'll need to obtain the server address you'd like to use and your preshared key.
You can do this by signing into your account and accessing the page in the image below.

L2TP PSK

Go ahead and fill in the information like so. For the server name we recommend using the IP address if you are on a very restrictive network.

VPN Configurations

After that, you'll need to head over to Adapter Settings and edit the properties of the profile you created.

Change adapter settings

Network connections

Change everything in this window under security to match what's in the image below.

VPN Properties

After this, click on Advanced Settings and make the changes as shown here.

L2TP Properties

To disable IPv6, close out of Advanced Settings, and go to Networking.

Networking tab

After this you can go ahead and close the Window. We're now ready to connect.

Go back to Settings > VPN and click Connect.

connect to LiquidVPN

Congradulations, you've successfully setup and connected to L2TP under Windows 10.

Connected

Thanks for checking out this guide. Feel free to contact support if you have any trouble.

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