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Dialup Conection on Start Up.

Posted on 2002-04-09
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How can i run a dialup conection on startup when i power on my PC, i am running ADSL with a standard dialup.
i have seen it on a couple of PC's but cant find where it is being run from.

thanks

Daz
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If you go into Network connections, you will see the connection. If you create a shortcut and put it in the startup folder, this should do what you want.

I hope this helps.
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thats what i am doing at the moment, i want the conection to run as the machine is booting as a service. so i can turn my machine on and conect in without logging onto the network.
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Just to connect to the Internet or is this a RAS connection?
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