Dial Up Network with RasDialDlg-API-Call

Hi Experts out there!
I want to use the RasDialDlg-API-Function, but I simply do
not find it in the file rasapi32.dll? I know the RasDial-
Function, and it works quite well, but I would like to use
the RasDialDlg-API-Function because it gives more information to the user while it is connecting. Does somebody know where to find it? A little code-example would be nice...
Thank You!
MittelbergerAsked:
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MittelbergerAuthor Commented:
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mrmickCommented:
The function is in: rasdlg.dll
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MittelbergerAuthor Commented:
Dear mrmick!

I am sorry, but I do not have a "rasdlg.dll" in my Windows-95-System (OSR II). As the standard dial up network - function uses this dialog, it must be somewhere in the files shipped with Windows95.
Thank You for Your help.
Please hang on.
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mrmickCommented:
Sorry Mittelberger, RasDialDlg of for NT only and doesn't ship with Win95.  Furthermore, the function can't be used with Win95 even if you had the DLL.  Had you mentioned the OS in the question, I'd have pointed this out.

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MittelbergerAuthor Commented:
Thank You mrmick!

I am sorry, I didnt mention the OS, that was my fault, sorry.
I have had a look on Your previous answered questions, and I´ve seen that You´re really an expert - my great respect!

Greetings, Mittelberger.
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mrmickCommented:
You're welcome - anytime.
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