Windows XP - run "dialup" connection as a service?
Mon Nov 17 11:49:00 2003
Oh, your not logging in, sorry thought it was! Can't you put an auto logon to windows? Or do you not want it to logon automatically?
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Subject: Re: Windows XP - run "dialup" connection as a service?
On Mon, Nov 17, 2003 at 11:09:14AM +0000, email@example.com wrote:
> Really? What happens? How far does it get? I've used that method before and its worked fine. Although I may have been using Win2K at
> the time. I'll try tonight on my home Xp PC. Does it open the dial up connection?
No. It does nothing until someone logs in.
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