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modem to modem file transfer

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Our company have a Windows NT 4.0 server and the remote pc is Windows 95. If both of the Server and workstation have a modem, how to transfer file via modem dial-up?
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by:rosefire
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How do you want to do this?  A fully configured network, or do you just want to be able to dowload/upload files from one to the othe with the minimal effort?  More detail is needed.
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You need to install dial up networking on the workstation and communications services on the server to support a RAS connection. Then you can dialin and get the data from the server just as if you were on a *very slow* LAN.

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rmarmolejo earned 100 total points
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The service that you are trying to stablish requires some NT
Knowledge, since you have to configure RAS for external users
can login in to the NT.
I kwon that this may sound a little bit too easy, but, in the manwhile, why don't you transfer the files as an atachment of an
email?

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