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RasSetEntryProperties Problem

Posted on 1998-04-09
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I use RasSetEntryProperties to change dial-up property
under NT , but not work well. the szDeviceName and sScript
are not change , Why
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snimmaga earned 200 total points
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This is a known problem and was fixed in Service Pack 3.  Apply SP3 to your server or use the old SWITCH.INF file style scripting.  If using SP2, don't use "C:\\XXX\\XXXX\\XXX\\" STYLE.
Good Luck..
Srini.
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by:hooway
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Do you have any sample to use RasSetEntryPrperties() in NT,
that's be better.
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