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Hi guys,
Im trying to set up a VPN for my Mac on 10.5. I Just got a new harddrive, but when I go into Applications folder, internet connect is no longer there. Is there another location or another way to access it? I have used spotlight to no avail. Thanks
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Internet Connect was removed from Leopard. Not sure on the VPN connect as I have yet to do that with 10.5. Checking now and will get back if I find anything before someone else does.

Edit: Here is one quick thing I found. See if it helps.

http://it.usu.edu/htm/networking/vpn/vpnleopard
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I tried that link, I am using UBC's vpn and it doesnt work for me. When I click connect, nothing happens. Thanks again for your help
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Try some of these other URL's and see if you find one that solves it for you.

http://www.google.com/search?q=10.5%20leopard%20VPN

Hope something here helps.
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