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Posted on 2001-08-11
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Hi,

where can i set the number of attempts to connect before retrying and that the password is remembered in the "Connect-To" window ? I remember i set those parameters in my previous windows installation, but right now i can't remember how i did.



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by:gareth33
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Go to your "Dial-up Networking" and under properties change or modify your settings to what ever you want.
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by:johnny_35
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Where under dial-up networking? I right-clicked on the icon of the connection and selected properties. There you have a window with four tabs: "General", "Servers Type", "Scripting", "Multilink" but there isn't any setting for what i'm asking.
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nishadhussain earned 50 total points
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open dial-up networking click connections > settings> select the Redial option and type the number of retry.
regds
Nishad
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by:gareth33
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In the dial-up networking folder, you have the name of your personal dial-up program that you are having problems with. If you highlight it and check the properties, you will see what I mean. If you can't find it, then use the "Make New Connection" start over again and put in all the information needed including re-dial and remember password.
Gary
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