On Wed, Aug 09, 2017 at 02:31:58PM +0000, Simon Rozman via Openvpn-devel wrote:
>    Hi!
>    I am developing an eduVPN client for Windows. Imagine the eduVPN client as
>    a custom OpenVPN GUI. The client uses openvpn.exe for connecting, the
>    configuration file is provided by eduVPN server once user authenticates
>    using OAuth. User running the eduVPN client is not an administrator.
>    Elevation is out of the question.
>    I would like to use the Interactive Service to start openvpn.exe, but I
>    have some problems:
>    1.       The configuration file is dynamically downloaded by the eduVPN
>    client and stored somewhere user can write (user's temporary folder for
>    example). But the Interactive Service was specifically programmed to allow
>    configurations from "C:\Program Files\OpenVPN\config" folder only. But
>    user running eduVPN client can't write to this folder.

Wasn't this changed in the latest version, allowing config files to be under 
user home/profile directory? 

-- Pasi

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