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Dial-Up Networking

Windows XP can connect to a remote Windows network via modem. 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 e-mail 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 .NET/2000/NT4 Server or by third-party remote connection hardware devices manufactured by networking companies such as Cisco and Lucent.


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