Login scripts for OT/PPP 1.0

When I connect to my ISP with OT/PPP 1.0, I have to enter
a username, password, and then select PPP as the protocol.
There is supposed to be a way to create a login script that
automatically enters this information when I connect, but
I don't see it (I was told that PPP will record the
connection script and I just need to save it).
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iracCommented:
The PPP will only record the script if you have the menu option set to prompt for a save.  If you launch the PPP control Panel, and then search around in the menus you should be able to find an options dialog that lets you set a check box for saving the script when done.  I had the exact same situation.  I think the way to get into it might be with the options button on the terminal window.

-Ira
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