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  1. VPN Connection Manager Manage your Tunnelblick or Viscosity VPN connections from Alfred. Usage vpn [<query>] — View and filter Tunnelblick/Viscosity VPN connections. - ↩ — Connect/disconnect selected connection. vpnconf [<query>] — View and edit workflow configuration. Workflow Update Available! / Workflow Is up to Date — Workflow update availablity. ↩ or ⇥ — Check for and install update. App Name (active) — The currently selected VPN application. App Name (not installed) — Supported, but not installe
  2. Hello, I didn't see a workflow for a VPN service client I use called Private Internet Access. So I decided to give it a try. I'm not sure if there are many people that use this service but I just wanted to share a simple workflow that connects and disconnects the VPN connection using Alfred. Here's the code/instructions/download: https://github.com/skonagaya/PIA-Interface Start Demo: Stop Demo: Thanks, Sean
  3. Howdy All, I've written a workflow that works with Viscosity, which you can use to start or stop OpenVPN connections. The configured keyword is 'vpn'. That will show all of your configured networks: And autocomplete (case-insensitively) on the argument, if one is provided: You can inspect the source on Github. Here's some commands you can run in Terminal that will import it into Alfred: cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Alfred\ 2/Alfred.alfredpreferences/workflows curl https://nodeload.github.com/andrewschleifer/viscosity-alfredworkflow/zip/master > \ vis
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