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Lost Locations in Network Preferences

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I had 30 or more distinct locations (w/ dial-up access numbers) on my iBook.  After my recent logic board difficulties, I had to reinstall OS X 10.3.  I have a full disc backup but can't find where all these locations were stored or saved.   Does anyone know how to recover them?

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The Locations are stored in /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/preferences.plist
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