Description of problem:
Xfce's NetworkManager fails to create some specific connections, because two libraries are missing from the set of packages.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot Fedora 25 Xfce.
2.Attempt to create a new VPN Connection (openconnect, openvpn or pptp) via NetworkManager
1. A dialog tells that some libraries are missing (libnm-vpn-plugin-openconnect-editor.so and libnm-vpn-plugin-pptp-editor.so)
1. NetworkManager should display its handy wizards as usually.
Installing packages "NetworkManager-openconnect-gnome" and "NetworkManager-pptp-gnome.x86_64 1:1.2.4-1.fc25" solves the issue.
The fix seems easy to me, so... I'm proposing this as FE for Fedora 25, because it might be a little violation of the "2.4.7 Default panel functionality" Release Criterion.
"All elements of the default panel (or equivalent) configuration in all release-blocking desktops must function correctly in typical use."
However, the key question is...
..."Would this bug cause significant inconvenience or just a really bad first impression to a typical user or reviewer of the release?"
There's no need for a FE here... Beta is already signed off on, so there won't be any more changes there. I can add this for post beta.
However, on question: should we install all of those?
I'm not sure how much larger that might make things, but I guess we could...
Discussed during the 2016-10-24 blocker review meeting: 
The decision to classify this bug as an AcceptedFreezeException was made as this would be good to fix for the Xfce release.
Filed https://pagure.io/fedora-comps/pull-request/65 to fix this issue for Xfce.
It might be other desktops also have this issue if anyone cares. ;)
PR was merged.
I have the same issue using Cinnamon after upgrading from 24 to 25
Can't connect at all or edit any openconnect VPN connections.
Well, I fixed this for Xfce. ;) Cinnamon maintainers will have to do similarly.
Can you please file a new bug against Cinnamon?
Issue occurs on Fedora 27 LXDE as well.