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RAS entry into registry

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Hi,

I'm looking for all registry keys created when I create a new RAS entry in my PhoneBook.

I want to create a RAS entry with a VB application, and I need to know which keys I have to create in the registry.
Is this the same for Win 95, 98 and NT ?

Thanks for any help,

Nixo.
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by:hes
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Win9X does keep this in the registry, NT keeps it in a file, not in the registry
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Is it possible to know more about this ?
Which keys in the Win9x's registry and which file is updated under NT ?

Thanks.
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OK, I think I've found the file under NT : C:\winnt\system32\ras\rasphone.pbk

I'm now searching under 95...

Thanks.
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by:pclement
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RAS is a bunch of fun with its UDT alignment issues, but you should find the information you need at:

http://www.totalenviro.com/PlatformVB

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It was exactly what I was looked for, even better because I've all the code I need.

Please propose your comment as answer.
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RAS is a bunch of fun with its UDT alignment issues, but you should find the information you need at:

http://www.totalenviro.com/PlatformVB 



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