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I would like to delete all saved vpn connections. I could delete them one-by-one (like shown in the imgage) but this would take forever as there are quite a few connections. Is there a fast way to delete them all in one go?

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  1. Go to

    /etc/Network-Manager/system-connections
    
  2. Remove the connections with this command

    sudo rm 3monkey* 
    

    This will remove all connections starting with name 3monkey

  3. Restart the network manager service

     sudo service NetworkManager restart 
    
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    don't forget to restart network-manager. sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager.service – dagrha Sep 7 '16 at 4:09
  • /etc/Network-Manager/system-connections is an invalid path. The correct path is /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections – Cerin Oct 28 at 19:10
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  1. Open Settings
  2. Go to network Click on VPN Settings icon
  3. Go to the details tab (First tab)
  4. Click remove VPN

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