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Where are RAS (Dial-up / PPP / PPPoE) passwords saved on Windows?

I recently replaced the hard drive in a Windows XP system, and installed Windows 7 on a new drive. The old installation is no longer accessible (I cannot boot to the old XP install). I did make a ...
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Security of a dial-up connection

If you have two machines with Windows XP, you can setup a "dial-up" connection between the two using a standard land phone line. I imagine the same can be done on Windows 7, and most other Operating ...
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Making calls on a computer

On my windows xp service pack two, I was wondering if there was a way to make calls using the HyperTerminal with out having to dial up on the network because I already have an active Internet ...
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Remote desktop disconnects when a modem/dialup connection is established

I remotely connect to several PC's which uses banking software. These computers perform a modem dial-up connection to the bank to get statements and account information, etc. and I usually do this ...
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No LAN and SMB access, and Explorer not responsive, when using a second connection

I apologize if this is a duplicate question, I know that there are several questions about multiple connection (LAN + LAN and LAN + dialup) but I haven't been able to find one that fits my scenario. ...
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Is it possible to change the physical address of a WAN (PPP/SLIP) Interface of a dial up connection

I am using dial up connection to connect to the internet. It shows an physical address for that connection. My OS is Windows XP. I can change the physical address of a Local area connection and ...
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Install updates on fresh XP installation using dial-up connection

A friend has a 5 yr-old emachines desktop. We just did a system recovery which reloaded XP home. She has a dial-up connection. What is the best way (least time consuming) to get all the XP updates ...
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Simultaneously maintain a dial up connection (to a data logger on site) and the internet (Ethernet)

I dial up into one of our data loggers, and ftp some files from it. I was wondering if there is a way to maintain the internet connection (connected through Ethernet / LAN)
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Share dial up internet with an IPod Touch

I only have dial up internet access at home. I'd like to connect to the internet on my laptop and then use that connection for my iPod through Internet Connection Sharing. I don't have a router. ...