OpenVPN Access Server can be installed on your on-premise hardware; in the cloud using cloud providers like Microsoft Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, DigitalOcean, and Oracle Cloud; or on virtualization platforms like VMWare ESXi, and Microsoft Hyper-V. The main requirement is for a suitable Linux operating system, whether that’s virtual or not.
Step-by-Step Video: Install OpenVPN Access Server on Google Cloud (GCP):
1. Try OpenVPN Access Server with two free connections: Sign in
2. Go to the Google Cloud
3. Create a Private/Public Key, so you can connect to your Linux server using PuTTy: SSH to Access Server
Once you have selected your method of deployment and finalized the installation process you can configure Access Server with the Admin Web UI or through the command-line interface. The OpenVPN Access Server user manual details how to install and use OpenVPN Access Server.