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Previously Asked Visual Basic QuestionTitle: "Distributing preset Dial-up connection"From: oddauDate: Monday, October 13 1997 - 02:45AM PDT Points: 5 PointsHi!

I have a application that is using TCP/IP connections. In this application you have to make a Dial-up connection from a modem. How can I open the dial-up connection window from my application?

Please, can someone help me?

 Thank you.



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Private Sub StartConnection()
      Dim X
      X = Shell("rundll32.exe rnaui.dll,RnaDial " & Your_Connection_Name, 1)
      DoEvents
      SendKeys "{enter}", True
      DoEvents
End Sub
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