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setup individual user id dial to isp with proxy client exist

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our network is using several nt 4.0 and a proxy server 2.0.If the user want to
 connect to the internet through our proxy server.They need to install a proxy
client to their win 95 pc.But some of the user want to add their own isp a/c
 to the office pc.I have try to config the isp a/c in dail network with dns server.
But after the user dail to isp and make a connection.There is not work on the
 browser , e-mail and also the telnet function.I try to use the winipcfg
command to check there is a valid ip lease from the isp.What is going
wrong.Can anyone give me a comments and help me to solve this problem.

Thanks
 
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Is the TCP/IP protocol bound to the "dial-up adapter"?
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Thanks for your helping,

I have already call microsoft support to find an acceptable solution.
If the proxy client has been installed on an office pc, there is a WSP Client in the
control panel, open the WSP Client and disable the "enable winsock" option.
Any request will through the dial up adaptor to isp.Also , your browser require to
disable the through server option or enter the isp proxy server setting before you
can through the isp to browse the internet.
Since , my company network setting is complicated ,I have difficult to describe the
detail to you."But it is just a simple setting if you go through the manual before you
contact microsoft !!!" microsoft support said.
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