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How to create a remote dial-up icon in Windows 95/98?

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I want to create an application which can install a remote dial-up networking icon in Windows 95/98 using VC++ 5.0, and make or disconnect this specific connection when the user want it? How can I do that?  
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look for help on the RasDial function.
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I 've checked against the RAS functions, and I created a strcture RASDIALPARAMS to store the RAS Connection information and try to use the function RasDial, but I got an ERROR code 610 which should be referred to INVALID BUFFER, I have no idea of what INVALID BUFFER referred to, can you help me? Many thanks
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