Windows XP - run "dialup" connection as a service?
Mon Nov 17 08:48:01 2003
Create a shortcut to the dial-up connection, and put it in the windows start menu. If its windows 2000 you can set it to auto connect,
and auto re-dial on dropped connection. This way when windows starts up, it will run the shortcut and auto connect with out a user
having to press anything.
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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
I can, of course, run my VNC server of choice on it... but this does not
make it connect.
(There are no issues surrounding accessing the machine that I can't
solve myself, save the connection issue.)
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