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read and connect to dial up profile using vb

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Hi expert,
I'm working to build an simple application about dial up connection now.
Can you tell me a source code or script how to managing phonebook entry or dial up connection profile in windows network connections?
i need the script written in vb .net 2010 or visual c++ .net 2010
since some script in vb 6 not working in vb .net, i only accept vb.net or c++ .net version 2010 only

the script must has have function to read, edit, and call a specified dial up profile (phone book entry).

That's all. Thanks.
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