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    disable dial up

    how can i disable dial up through registry :?

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    Re: disable dial up

    Is this possible? What is it that you want to achieve?

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    Re: disable dial up

    Dial up? In what way? The Logon using Dialup networking on the logon screen? Dialup Connections in Network Control Panel? I do not understand.

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    Re: disable dial up

    There is a gpo setting to remove all dial up connections.

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    Re: disable dial up

    Where is that Ban (I did look! )

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    Re: disable dial up

    User configuration
    Windows Settings
    Internet Explorer Maintenance
    Connection - Connection Settings - Delete Existing Dialup Connection Settings

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    Re: disable dial up

    Logon using Dialup networking .sorry for that

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    Re: disable dial up

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    Logon using Dialup networking .sorry for that
    Only way i can currently think of would be to edit the msgina.dll and just delete the box.

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    Re: disable dial up

    edit the msgina.dll
    This will cause your Windows licenses to explode.

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    Re: disable dial up

    Quote Originally Posted by Quackers
    Quote Originally Posted by adnan
    Logon using Dialup networking .sorry for that
    Only way i can currently think of would be to edit the msgina.dll and just delete the box.
    is there an orangina.dll?

    Why do you want to disable this option? are they being thick and not understanding why things aren't working or are they connecting to a phone like for some strange unfathomable reason?

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    Re: disable dial up

    There's a registry key for this.

    http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/794/

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    Re: disable dial up

    Disable the "Log on using dial-up connection" Check Box

    During logon Windows allows users to optionally connect to a Windows domain using dial-up networking, this tweak can be used to disable that option. Start/Run/Regedit

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon. Value Name: RasDisable
    Data Type: REG_SZ (String Value), Value Data: (0 = restriction disabled, 1 = restriction enabled).

    Create a new String value, or modify the existing value, called 'RasDisable' and edit the value according to the settings below. Exit your registry, you may need to restart or log out of Windows for the change to take effect.

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    Re: disable dial up

    There's no GPO equivalent for that?

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    Re: disable dial up

    Nope. It shouldn't be too hard to knock up an .adm template. The setting does not hide the 'Log on using dial-up connection' box, but it does grey it out.

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    Re: disable dial up

    thanks a lot friends.

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