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Chapter 30. Remote Computing with Dial-U... > Using the Dial-Up Scripting Tool

Using the Dial-Up Scripting Tool

For some dial-up servers, your logon to the remote network happens automatically. For example, if you connect to a Windows NT server on a Microsoft network, Dial-Up Networking logs you on with the username and password you enter in the Connect To dialog box. However, plenty of Dial-Up Networking connections—especially online services and Internet service providers—require further input. In this case, you usually set up the connection to display a terminal window after the connection is made. In Figure 30.22, for example, you see a connection that requires entering a username, a password, and a choice from a menu.


Figure 30.22. For some Dial-Up Networking connections, you need to display a terminal window to enter logon data manually.



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