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pop up window that says, do you want to disconect

how do i disable the pop up window when it pops up each time i leave a web site when im on line
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In IE5 (I don't have IE4 here, but it should be similar but using Edit -> Internet Options instead) click on Tools -> Internet Options. This should bring up a window. Click the Connection tab at the top of the screen. Highlight the connection you use to connect to the Internet and choose the Settings button.

This should bring up another window. Inside that window is a button called Advanced, click on it. Inside that should be a check box worded like 'Disconnect when connection is no longer needed'. Uncheck it and dial up again if you are currently connected while doing this.

See if that solves your problem.

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hey cal...go with what they have put out..they are right...boss
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A utility to get rid of advertising browser popup windows

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calvinskiAuthor Commented:
This has nothing to do with advertisement pop up windows!

Thanks anyway.
calvinskiAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the information, however, this does not work for us.  We have done what you told us to do and the box where it says to disconnect when connection is no longer needed was already off.  We tried to do everything we know how and the box still comes up when we get off of our browser, and we still want to stay connected.

ur question refers to pop up windows the program i named shuts them down!  thast what u asked for isnt it?
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