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Windows® 98 Unleashed by Paul McFedries

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Setting Up Windows 98 for Dial-Up Networking

Assuming that you've installed the Dial-Up Networking component on your computer, configuring Windows 98 so that it can connect to a dial-up server involves four steps:

1.
Install the Dial-Up Adapter, if necessary.
2.
Configure the Dial-Up Adapter.
3.
Create a new Dial-Up Networking connectoid for the server.
4.
Configure the connection.

The next four sections take you through each step.

Step 1: Install the Dial-Up Adapter

Windows 98 installs the Dial-Up Adapter automatically when you install Dial-Up Networking. To check that the Dial-Up Adapter is installed, open the Network properties sheet (right-click the Network Neighborhood icon and select Properties, or open the Control Panel's Network ...

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