Windows XP - run "dialup" connection as a service?
Sat Nov 15 19:52:00 2003
On Sat, Nov 15, 2003 at 06:27:21PM -0000, James Herbert wrote:
> "Phil Reynolds" wrote:
> > Mainly so that I can help to administrate a machine, is it possible to
> > run a "dialup" (as in it's really ADSL) connection as a service in
> > Windows XP?
> > I can, of course, run my VNC server of choice on it... but this does
> > make it connect.
> IIRC, double-clicking on the DUN icon for that connection opens it, if
> you have the settings in DUN correct, such as don't prompt for password
> So in that case it follows you can put a shortcut to the DUN connection
> in the startup folder... is this what you're looking for?
No... that would require a user to click on their name to log in.
I need the functionality from boot time... otherwise I can't do
maintenance without someone attending the machine which is over 100
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