Description of problem:
After upgrade my PC from Fedora 24 --> 25, I can no longer to use defined VPN connections, as the GUI doesn't show up. If I try to define VPN connection from the beginning (openvpn), after filling all the filds, the button to Create a new VPN connection remains grayed (disabled).
From Terminal I have no issues, and currently It's the only way to connect by using VPN.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
With Cinnamon or XFCE GUI confirmed.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click on Network connections, VPN
GUI doesn't show up. If you try to create a new VPN connection by using openvpn, button for VPN creation is disabled (grayed).
VPN gui should appear where I can choose VPN connection to use.
The only way to connect by VPN is to use terminal.
In earlier release of Fedora, after the upgrade usually mobile broadband won't work (I didn't check if it is working now, as I'm using hot-spot instead).
This time seems like someone forget to migrate part of the GUI code responsible for VPN, as GUI version of VPN works with no issue in Fedora 24.
As openvpn itself works from the command line and the NetworkManager-openvpn plug-in is responsible for the GUI, moving to the proper group.
is NetworkManager-openvpn-gnome installed? Are you using gnome-control-center or nm-connection-editor?
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