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I have seen a webpage before showing all the differences between Dialup Networking Versions.  It showed the pictures of the little monitors in the right hand corner when you are connected.  Each version of DUN had a different picture in the system tray.

Does anyone know where I could find those again?

Thanks.
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Nope, they had the actual pictures of the little monitors in the right hand corner.

The first version of DUN that windows came out with had just one monitor, to signify you were online (I think).

The next version had two monitors but they had huge windows and then the next one and all later versions have the one you see now, with the current DUN just two little monitors.  A webpage I saw had examples of all three of them and what they looked liked.
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No...those are just dialup networking tools.
Not the differences between Microsofts Dialup Networking's little pics in the right hand corner when you are connected.
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Try this page: http://w1.875.telia.com/~u87508767/modemstafaq.htm under the heading "How do I check which DUN version I am are running?"
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Good find CyberStretch!
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Yeah!...Its not the same one I saw before.  But, that will work!  Thanks :)
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