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How to establish a dial up networking(RAS) facility through Visual Basic?

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I want to connect my friends computer, it's 100 km from my place through Visual Basic and do all the things ie delete,modify, create files,directories and everything in my friends computer through my computer.Both are having modem with telephone connections.Now we are doing these things through windows RAS Dial up networking.But we want to do it through VB controls.Which active X controls I want to use to connect my friends PC.
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Hi, you can use Winsock Control to connection 2 or more pcs togother. Here is a useful link: http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/code/network/index.html
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