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Is it possible (using VB 4) to run a DUN connection in win95? These connections are not exes so I suppose can't be called by RetVal = Shell("C:\....etc. Any hints?
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Public Sub StartDialUp(sConnectionName As String)
   Dim Res        As Variant
   Res = Shell("rundll32.exe rnaui.dll,RnaDial " & sConnectionName, 1)
End Sub

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