After restarting the OpenVPN GUI I can now log in just fine. I still think that the first password itself was the cause for the trouble because even after restarting the pc multiple times the problem didn't go away. Maybe copying and pasting it has something to do with it too, I'm not sure.
This will create an OpenVPN-Contoso system service, configure it to run your OpenVPN connection and redirect the output to C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\log\Contoso.log. TheCreationDisposition 2 tells the nssm.exe to make a new log on each service restart. The dependencies will allow correct service startup/shutdown timing. OpenVPN - Windows redirect log to windows event log You can't just choose to write to the event log, unless the application supports it. OpenVPN is currently writing to a file, whereas the event log is more like a database, which requires interaction through a Windows API. OpenVPN would need to support writing to the Windows event log. OpenVPN - VyOS Wiki set interfaces openvpn vtun0 bridge-group bridge 'br0' set interfaces openvpn vtun0 mode 'server' set interfaces openvpn vtun0 server subnet '192.168.1.10/24' set interfaces openvpn use monitor openvpn to monitor events or directly dump /var/log/messages: monitor openvpn & grep openvpn /var/log/messages Retrieved from "https://wiki.vyos How to disable logging on OpenVPN server? — LowEndTalk status openvpn.log (delete) to /dev/null. I just added it to the bottom. log /dev/null 'Verb 0' must be at the end. Save the file. Thank you for the help. @simonindia. postcd Member. April 2018. Following 2 commands seems to disable logging.
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which means that thanks to clog, I'm only storing ~48hrs of openvpn log, and that it's also really hard to find what I'm looking for among the logspam, and. 2. even when I do find an openvpn connection event in the log, it doesn't appear to log the username: Configure VPN connection logs for auditing - OpenVPN
# cd /etc/openvpn # mkdir -p log/ # touch log/openvpn-status.log. Restart OpenVPN. # service openvpn restart. Note that the /etc/init.d/openvpn script will start an openvpn server for every .conf file in /etc/openvpn/, so if you still have the tun0.conf file from above, rename it to something else than *.conf. In the case of systemd only one
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