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I understand there's a way to logon from one PC to another without being on a network by using Windows95's dial-up networking. Can someone give me the specific on how that can be done? I understand it is a pretty lengthy procedure but anything would help.
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If you are using a Laplink cable, install "Direct Cable Connection" from the "Windows Setup", located in the "Add Remove Programs" section of Control Panel.

If you are using a modem you will need to buy "Microsoft Plus!" and install it's "Dial-Up Networking Server" option.

Both of these programs are very easy to use and setup.
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