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Does pcAnywhere "waiting for connection" status tie up modem?

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When a pcAnywhere host dialup modem is "waiting for connection" from a remote modem, i.e, "listening," would that prevent another application on the host machine from being able to automatically dial out (using RAS dialer) when it needs the modem?

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Yes, PCanywhere basically "hogs" the modem, preventing it's use by other Apps.
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