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win2000 pro dialup problem

Posted on 2003-11-30
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I am using win98 as dialup client.I have written program that gives username ,password and telephone number .The program automatically dials and connect to the dialup server.
when i am using win2000 professional as dialup server(incoming connection).
I receive the windows domain dialog box asking for domain.
Both the computer are in separate lan.
they
I want to avoid the domain dialog box  since my program doesn't give domain as input.
can i avoid the bypass the window asking for domain verification.


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Question by:dhyanesh_babu
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1. enable the guest account (not very secure)
2. re-write your program to include the domain
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w98 dialup has the option to log on to doamin. you can uncheck that, but then the dial in client will not have access to the network resources
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