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Win95 FAQ Part 13 of 14: MS Plus etc.
Section - 13.7. How do I use the Dial-up Networking Server?

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   Make sure you install Dial-up Networking before you install Plus. If
   you choose the dial-up server, you will see a new "Dial-up server"
   entry in the Connections menu. Dial-up server works with Win95 (PPP)
   dial-up clients, and Windows for Workgroups (RAS) clients. Check out
   the Dial-up server Details.
   
   From here, select a modem (all the modems appear as tabs in this
   requester) and enable or disable caller access. If you use User
   Level Security you can allow particular users on this dial-in
   connection, or you can install a password. You may only enable one
   modem as a dial-in modem; Microsoft had to disable this functionality
   so it doesn't kill sales of NT server. heh heh
   
   The dial-up server uses the same bindings as the dial-up connections,
   so you need to install the Dial-up Adapter and protocols for it in
   your Network Properties. It will automatically use all protocols
   available to it for PPP clients, but only use NetBEUI for RAS clients.
   
   NOTE: WFWG dial-in clients (using their included RAS software) won't
   work with Win95 dial-up servers running User Level Security,
   because the dial-up server can't get a clear-text version of the NT
   domain password. If you want WFWG clients to dial into NT domains
   through Win95 dial-up servers, disable user level security on the
   dial-up server!
   
   The server also acts as a NetBIOS and IPX router to any network it's
   connected to, and there's no way to turn off routing. Administrators:
   If you don't want your users to open up your network to the world,
   disable all Win95 dial-up servers through system policies.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 13 of 14: MS Plus etc.
Previous Document: 13.6. How do I use the "Visual Enhancements"?
Next Document: 13.8. How do I use 3D Pinball?

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