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Using dial-up networking in an application

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How can I :

- Get the list of the name of the avalaible connection ?
- Make a dial-up connection in my MFC application using a defined dial-up connection name ?

I have see that it exist a function called InternetDial but when I compile my application, the compiler
replies with : 'InternetDial' undeclared identifier

Thanks.
Mike
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The Win32 API RasEnumEntries will get you a list of phone-book entries that are available to dial.  RasDial will let you dial one of them.
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InternetDial comes with Internet Client SDK (WinINet.h). And, it can be used only if IE4 is installed.
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