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How can I get the dialentries in the 95/NT DUN and dial a user specified one?
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mas11,

   Please refer to MS kb article Q150948. And D/L sample from Microsoft:

http://support.microsoft.com/download/support/mslfiles/Vb32ras.exe

It contain example to use RASEnumEntries(to get dial entries) and dial up the connection.
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