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I am using windows2000 and I want to use DDR in case when a user send mail to my exchange server then the exchange server should trigger that demand dial interface. How it can be done
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by:jhance
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DDR???  Double-Data-Rate RAM?  What has this to do with Windows 2000 and Exchange Server?
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These URL's should help you out with this.

http://www.swynk.com/friends/shinder/btb_demand_dial_part1.asp

http://www.elementkjournals.com/ewn/0010/ewn00a1.htm

If you need more, let me know!

Dennis
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The posted links are sufficient for the questioner to implement demand dial in 2000.
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Agree
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