Error in openVPN log...
All TAP-Win32 adapters on this system are currently in useThis error occurs when the TAP-Win32 network adapter has been disabled. Or when another copy of OpenVPN is running in the background. There are a few ways to resolve this...

  1. First make sure that OpenVPN is not already running or restart your computer.
  2. Re-install OpenVPN. This will re-create the adapter as well. (Please ensure that the old copy of OpenVPN is disconnected and closed completely before starting the installer.)
  3. Re-enable the TAP-Win32 Adaptor. If you find that the adapter was already enabled, please try disabling it first, then enabling it. (Effectively "resetting" the adapter.)
    • Windows XP: Open Control Panel. Open Network and Internet connections. Open Network Connections. Right-click the adapter called TAP-Win32 Adapter V9 and select Enable.
    • Windows Vista: Open Control Panel. Open Network and Internet. Open Network and Sharing Center. Open Manage network connections. Right-click the adapter called TAP-Win32 Adapter V9 and select Enable.
    • Windows 7: Open Control Panel. Open Network and Internet. Open Network and Sharing Center. Open Change Adapter Settings. Right-click the adapter called TAP-Win32 Adapter V9 and select Enable.