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I'm looking for simple code (mfc or c/c++ doesn't matter) which AUTODIALS a connection whose settings are given while programming , e.g. i want to dial the phonebook entry buergernetz with username userabc and password abcd1234 . how ?

(it only needs to support win95, not nt)
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Check the API Remote Access Service Functions
Furthermore , you need to call RasDial() for establishing  a connection

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thanx, write it as a answer and get 5 points.
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Thank you
If you have any questions about the RAS API , feel free to ask
( through I have never use it ! ... I assume that I have a LAN connection in my Internet Progs :)))
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hmm, a piece of code would be cool, but it's okay. if you send me some, pleZ to sacha@dillingen.baynet.de  . thanx
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I will try
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