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Windows XP in a Nutshell by Troy Mott, Tim O'Reilly, David A. Karp

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Network Connections

Synopsis

The Network Connections window allows you to configure your various connections to network resources, including the Internet, your local network, virtual private networking, and other types of connections. Right-click on the My Network Places icon and select Properties to view the Network Connections window.

Network Connections, automatically dial

Control Panel Internet Options Connection tab

Network Connections, security policies

Group Policy (gpedit.msc) User Configuration Administrative Templates Network Network Connections

Network Connections, show as menu in Start menu (Classic Start menu only)

Control Panel Taskbar and Start Menu Start Menu tab Customize “Advanced Start menu options” section Expand Network Connections

Network Connections, show in Start menu (XP Start menu only)

Control Panel Taskbar and Start Menu Start Menu tab Customize Advanced tab “Start menu items” section Network Connections

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