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AUTO DIAL SCRIPT

Posted on 1997-10-31
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I am not familiar with scripts that why i want to use the pppmenu script of the auto dial of win nt 4.0 in order to access the internet.When i use terminal screen i just enter for userid e.g xxxxx and for password e.g yyyyyyyyyyy and then continue (f7).Please tell me where exactly in the script i have to enter my userid and password.Thanks in advance!!
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proc main
      transmit "^M"
      waitfor "userid:"
      transmit "Your Name Gosr Here"
      transmit "^M"
      waitfor "password:"
      transmit "Your Password Gose Here"
      transmit "^M"
endproc

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make sure waitfor "userid:" or waitfor "Userid:" the some with Password and save ?.scp
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