Hello, My concern is about using the Pandora desktop app on a PC running Windows 11. I don't think Alyssa "completely understands" where John is coming from. Nor does she appear to understand how a VPN works. This is evident where she says "you can safely disable any VPN connections while listening to Pandora." If I disable the VPN, I am no longer protected when I use other websites, such as my bank or credit card, not to mention any other internet connects I may have open! She is correct that "you can make an exception for Pandora in your VPN settings" but she fails to give the most important piece of information. That is, what is the URL the Pandora desktop app is connecting to? I have tried adding both "https://www.pandora.com" and "https://community.pandora.com" to my VPN's whitelist but neither of those works. This is what I have done for other apps and websites and it works fine - even for my financial institutions. Could someone kindly provide the correct URL to add to my VPN's whitelist? I have been a paying customer of Pandora since 2010 - with the exception of a year or so when I tried Spotify. I'd really rather stay with Pandora but will have to consider cancelling my subscription if your company cannot provide this simple piece of information. Thanks for your prompt reply.
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None of these solutions are acceptable. I whitelisted Pandora in my Surfshark VPN and I still cannot connect either using the PC desktop app or through Chrome. This must be a bug on the Pandora side because I have whitelisted the websites for the financial institutions I use and those work fine. And I'm sure Bank of America and Citibank have much higher security requirements than Pandora. Please provide a workable solutions.
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