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[English] Windows VPN Setup

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  • Game device (pc)
  • Radar device (second pc)


1. Download Screamer.zip from the pinned messages in the dma-support channel and run DefenderControl.

2. Disable windows defender on Radar-PC.

3. Uninstall additional anti virus on Radar-PC.

4. Install Npcap on the Radar-PC.
-> Make sure “Install Npcap in WinPcap API-compatible Mode” is checked, then install.


5. Open CMD and type "ipconfig"



  • Take note of your IPv4 address
  • Take note of your default gateway.

6. Search and run “ncpa.cpl” This should open network connections.


7. Right click your primary internet adapter, then click properties.

8. Select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)” and click properties

9. Use “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically”


  • Click “OK”
  • Un-check “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6)"
  • Click OK then Apply. – The PC may need up to 10 minutes for settings to refresh.

10. Press ALT – File will now appear on the top left. (Network connections page)



  • Click File -> Then click “New Incoming Connection”.
  • Add someone (bottom left).
  • Enter username and password.
  • Click OK. 
  • Then click Next.
  • Tick “Through the Internet”.
  • Then click Next.


  • Select "Internet Protocol Version 4" (Already selected by default, make sure it is ticked
  • Then select properties


  • Make sure “Network Access” is ticked.
  • Under “IP address assignment” tick “Specifiy IP Addresses”
  • Use your Default Gateway from earlier, to create a proper IP-Address range for “Specify IP addresses”
    For example: if gateway is – use to for the ip range. – Then select “OK”
    Or use: to, or try to
  • First three sectors (x.x.x.x format) must match gateway.


  • Select OK then Allow Access



1. Search and run “ncpa.cpl”



2. Right click your primary internet adapter and click properties.

  • Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)".
  • Use “Obtain an IP address automatically” and “Obtain DNS server address automatically”.


  • Click "OK".
  • Untick “Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6).
  • Click OK.

The PC may need up to 10 minutes for settings to refresh. Now close out the "Network Connections" window.


3. Press Windows + X

  • Select "Network Connections"


4. Go to “VPN” on left side

5. Click “Add a VPN Connection” on the top

  • VPN Provider: Windows (built-in)
  • Connection name: Whatever you want to use
  • Server name or address: Insert the IPv4 address from ipconfig of the Radar-PC
  • VPN type: PPTP
  • User name: User you made on incoming connections on Radar-PC 
  • Password: Password you made on incoming connections on Radar-PC 


  • Click Save.
  • Connect to the VPN that you created. (You may need to reset radar pc)
  • If VPN connects, great! If not, try restarting both computers.


You are done with the Windows-VPN setup.


If you have any questions or get stuck somewhere in the guide feel free to open a ticket or ask in a support channel on the Discord!


If you have any ideas or improvements for the guide feel free to message PaXe#1111 on Discord or leave a comment under this guide


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