http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314869/en-usQ: What do I have to do if I want to use my regular ISP and internet connection?A: If you want to use the VPN service you have to connect using the VPN-connection. If you want to use your regular ISP and internet connection you mustdisconnect the VPN-connection.Q: What should I do if I get the error "unable to launch cmmon32.exe"?A: As far as we know this is an internal error in windows. Please try to make a systemrollback or repair the application.Q: How do I uninstall Ipredator?A: Just delete the Ipredator connection under "Network Connections" in the "ControlPanel".SecurityQ: Do I need a special type of firewall when I use Ipredator VPN service?A: If you have a router and has been using its built in firewall we recommend that youinstall a software firewall when using Ipredator VPN service. As it is, the hardwarefirewall in your router can't scan the traffic running through a VPN-tunnel such as theone our Ipredator VPN service is using.Q: Will my service provider be able to intercept my communication when connected?A: No, nobody will be able to track or intercept your connection.Q: Which applications will be anonymized?A: All applications, not only web traffic.Q: Is my connection protected?A: Yes, every connection has 128-bits encryption.Q: Do I have to connect using the PPTP client every session?A: Yes, every time you start your computer you have to use the PPTP client if youwant to use the service.CompatibilityQ: Does the Ipredator VPN service work on a PC running Windows 2003 Server?A: As far as we know the service should work properly running Windows 2003Server.Q: Is it possible to use Skype along with the Ipredator VPN service?A: During our testing it worked perfectly.Q: Do you have the possibility to distribute a config file for me to use with my CiscoVPN client?A: At the moment we haven’t got such a config file. Please visit the websitecontinuously to find out when we do.Q: If I have an account, can i log in to it from multiple computers?A: No, you can only log in from one computer at a time.