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Phantom PPP adapter on Windows 2003 found in IPCONFIG?

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I have an SQL server on windows 2003.

Did an IPCONFIG and found a "PPP Adapter" with a local 192.168.234.235 address?

Not something I configured nor in my network configurations?  Any Ideas?

I also have a WIndows 2003 with IIS connecting to this box.
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mutso
Do you have RRAS installed and configured?

Cheers

JamesDS
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It's probably the "RAC PPP Connection using RACPORT".  Go to your device manager, under Modem, and disable the device.  A couple of my Dell 2650 servers installed that service too.
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Thanks PKundtz!  Exactly the Problem...

Cheers,

Peter
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