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Chapter 10.  Using and Sharing Dial-Up N... > Using a credit card for dialing

10.10. Using a credit card for dialing

You might expect that configuring Windows 2000 to dial using a credit card would be easy, but that isn't always the case. When you throw in the fact that there are lots of different credit cards, each with its own access number, the task gets a little more difficult.

10.10.1. Set up and use a credit card for dialing

Setting up a dialing card isn't too tough, but there are a few steps to follow. You make the necessary changes through the properties for the dial-up connection. Since you might be dialing the same connection locally as well as from remote locations, the following steps assume you want to create a location specifically for using a credit card:


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