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I need an free vpn client for mac os x leopard that supports PPTP

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OS X has a built in PPTP client. http://www.bol.ucla.edu/services/vpn/pptp/docs/macosx.html#leopardpp

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Thank you, I'm starting with mac. –  Zote May 5 '09 at 12:30
+1 No need to add another when the built-in one does the job just fine. –  John Gardeniers Jul 23 '09 at 23:13

I use Shimo, which is really simplifies the VPN management process. Macworld did a pretty good write up on the application in Aug of '07, but much of the article is still relevent: http://www.macworld.com/article/59355/2007/08/shimo.html It does nag you asking you to license it, but the application is fully featured even if you don't license it and you can easily minimize the nag window.

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Thank you, but built in solved my needs. –  Zote May 5 '09 at 14:48

Not Free, but only $9 - Viscosity VPN www.viscosityvpn.com Supports only 10.5 or later.

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There is an interesting alternative to the builtin: JollyFastVNC

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OP was asking about a VPN client, not a VNC client :) –  saschabeaumont May 6 '09 at 1:18

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