How I create a dial-up connection ?

I´m searching for a vb code thats create an dial-up connection whitout user prompts ....... but, I can only show the wizard of the "Make new connection" .... can I automaticly make this without any window show ?

thanks and sorry my bad english (I'm brazilian...)

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eschoedlAsked:
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jhanceCommented:
You can do it programatically using the RAS API.  In particular the RasSetEntryProperties function is used.

Using the RAS API from VB requires using the RASAPI32.DLL library.
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eschoedlAuthor Commented:
Where are the code ????? : )
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jhanceCommented:
Just call RasSetEntryProperties with the setup you want for the new dial-up connection.  Did you even read the function description for this function?
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eschoedlAuthor Commented:
Yes ... in the MSDN ...... but the code are in C ...... I know very very little C ..... can you make the declaration as call de function for me ???

thanks.....

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jhanceCommented:
The problem is that I know very little VB.  I know it can be done, I just don't know specifically how to do it in VB.
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eschoedlAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the help.
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