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Calling Wsock32 automatically

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I know that by default any application that makes use of WInsock services should call dialer automatically. However, I noticed that in my new machine that doesn't hapen. I looked through all the possibilities, that seemed to me obvcious. However, couldn't find an answer. COuld you please help?
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Hi Tsar. First things first...go to your duplicate question of this one and delete it and save the points.

As for the Winsock issue, DUN (Dial-Up Networking) in Windows 95 does not work the way you have stated. When you invoke DUN or even use a simple TCP/IP connection of any type, Windows call the appropriate Winsock application(s). If there's anything further you need, let me know!
Dennis
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However, how do I now delte duplicate question and save points? I am sorry, I am viusually impaired user and so might have missed something on the screen.
Best regards,
Victor
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Hi Victor!

You can remove the other question in either of two ways....

1. If there is no answer pending, you should have an option to accept, reject, increase points or remove the question,.... or

2. You can email Linda@experts-exchange.com and give her the question number for that question (URL address) and ask her to remove it and refund your points.

Since you are visually impaired, can I help you in any way with any of the Windows 95 accessibility features?

Dennis
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