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Were can you set the pre-dial modem string in windows 2000

Posted on 2001-07-27
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In Win 98 one can put "AT" commands in the advanced section of the modem conections tab of the modem properties. I can't find the equivelent place to put these settings on Windows 2000.
Is there some way to set the pre-dial modem command string ?
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sjouke earned 200 total points
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In Control Panel, choose:
- Phone and modem options
- Modems
- select the modem
- Properties
- Advanced
Under "Extra initialisation commands" you can type the desired AT-string
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by:pinguru
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I have no idea why this question hasn't been "answered". I'm sorry it's taken so long ( infact I was just having an annual tidyup when I spotted it, and I'm sure I've used the information ) so I've doubled the points.
Thanks
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