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By f-2158441 ·
Early incarnations of SuSe and others had a
dial-up script which worked with my isp.
Neither Red Hat 7.2 and SuSe7.2 have the same scripts and I can't figure out the pro-
blem. The terminal ap. showed me that I am
communicating with an **AscendTNT Terminal
Server** it is asking for a system password,
before it will let me give user name and password. The site uses PAP-ppp tcp/ip.
Windows Explorer gives it ?

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are you thinking about wvdial & wvdial.conf

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by f-2158441 In reply to what does the windows exp ...

I thought I closed this question out a long time
ago. I figured it out. (more or less) The dial-
up scripts mentioned in the unacceptable answer,
are familiar to me. As in been there done that.
The "windows family logon" gives out specific user
information, and software information pertaining to your computer. Sort of like a precurser to the
ultimate info-zilla XP. Some is necessary like
browser information. Other stuff is up to the ISP
to either -> device null or log then sell....

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