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Win95 FAQ Part 8 of 14: Dial-up Networking
Section - 8.6. How do I set up auto-dial when I run my Winsock program?

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   To set up auto-dial, install Microsoft Plus! or Internet
   Explorer. Once installed, your computer will bring up the dial-up
   requester when any program accesses WSOCK32.DLL. Pretty cool. For some
   reason this won't work with 16-bit Winsock programs though.
   
   There's a new Internet control panel when you install either of those,
   and you can control auto-dial and auto-disconnect from there.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 8 of 14: Dial-up Networking
Previous Document: 8.5. How do I get dial-up networking to work with other stuff besides The Internet?
Next Document: 8.7. How do I set up auto-disconnect?

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