Automatic redialing on busy signal to ISP

I have a normal dial up network setup in Windows 98 to dial into my ISP.  In Win 95 it was possible for the system to automatically redial the phone number on the event of a busy signal rather then to manually click on "Connect" again.  How is this possible in Windows 98?
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MrbreezeCommented:
Go to Control Panel, Dialup Networking.
Click the Connection tab and then settings and there it is.
                   Mrbreeze
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Patricia Siu-Lai HoCommented:
Mrbreeze, please elaborate the word Go to <???>, and verify the steps on your desktop. You may post this as an proposed answer.
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MrbreezeCommented:
Sorry I put my Dialup Networking in the Control Panel.
The process on default Win98 would be
1) Double Click My Computer
2) Double Click Dial-Up Networking
3) Single Click the Connection tab
4) Single Click the Settings option
5) The Dial-Up Networking box will open
6) Check the box next to Redial and set the numbers as you choose
Sorry again for the confusion but there it is                       Mrbreeze
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MrbreezeCommented:
Glad to help RS and let us know if there is something else we can do for you.                     Mrbreeze
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