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Summary

This chapter showed you how to connect to remote networks by using Windows 98's Dial-Up Networking. To give you a solid background in the fundamentals, I first told you how Dial-Up Networking works and gave you some info on the Dial-Up Networking client architecture, including the dial-up protocols and dial-up servers supported by the Dial-Up Networking client. From there, I took you step-by-step through the Dial-Up Networking configuration process: installing and configuring the Dial-Up Adapter, creating a new Dial-Up Networking connection, and configuring the connection. I then showed you how to connect to a dial-up server.

You also learned plenty of related features: how to use PPTP, how to configure Microsoft Mail for remote sessions, how to create and use scripts to automate remote logons, and how to set up a Windows 98 machine as a dial-up server.


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