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Windows® 98 Unleashed by Paul McFedries

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Using the Dial-Up Server

Although most people use Dial-Up Networking to connect to corporate networks, online services, and Internet service providers, your needs might not be so grandiose. You might just have a couple of Windows 98 machines—for example, one at home and one at the office—and you need to connect from one to the other occasionally. Fortunately, Windows 98 can act as a dial-up server. (In Windows 95, this was part of the Microsoft Plus! add-on.) This Dial-Up Server component turns your Windows 98 machine into a dial-up server that supports the following features:

  • Remote machines running Windows 98 or Windows NT 3.5x can connect using ...

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