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Dial-Up Networking

Windows 2000 can connect to a remote Windows network via modem, and after it is connected, the remote computer is a full member of the LAN. All file sharing, printing, and directory services are available just as if you were directly connected, including any Novell, OS/2, and UNIX file and print services provided on the network. Just dial up, open shared folders, transfer files and email as if you were there, and disconnect when you're finished.

The receiving end of Dial-Up Networking can be handled by the Remote Access Services (RAS) in Windows 2000 Server or by a third-party remote connection hardware device.


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