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Auto Disconnect box not working

After I closed the browser a pop-up window box would open called "Auto Disconnect" where I could choose "Stay Connected" or "Disconnect".
It was working fine till a few days ago when I must have click on the wrong button, how can I get this back  

Win. 98

Thanks for any help that you can give me, Mike

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mjcap
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jpandersonCommented:
Disconnect when connection may no longer be needed.

Start > Settings > Control Panel > Internet Options > Connections (tab) > Highlight the connetion you are using > Settings > Advanced > Check Disconnect when conneciton may no longer be needed > OK > OK and so on....
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rayt333Commented:
What browser?? The "built in" disconnect will only work for IE, Netscape users requires a different one.
Dialup Disconnect PROMPT:
http://www.ufaq.org/files/Rasexit.zip

To make Netscape prompt to disconnect DUN at shut down;

1. Put the program Rasexit.exe in the C:\Windows\System folder.

2. Double click on the file Autoclose.reg.

3. Go to your C:\Windows\System folder and double click Rasexit.exe.

4. Close Rasexit.exe.

5. Reboot computer.
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mjcapAuthor Commented:
I tried that before but it didn't work, again I must have hit the wrong button.

Everything working fine now.

Thanks for your help, Mike
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