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[DEMO] RAS/WinInet Exercise

 
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PostPosted: Jan 14th, 2007, 9:27am    Post subject: [DEMO] RAS/WinInet Exercise Reply with quote

This is a small exercise of the RAS and WinInet APIs for those of you still with dial-up connections.

It enumerates all dial-up connections, then allows you to connect to the Internet and disconnect.



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PostPosted: Jan 15th, 2007, 9:32pm    Post subject: Re: [DEMO] RAS/WinInet Exercise Reply with quote

One thing of note to add. I noticed that a connection established using the posted code will cause a window to pop up every so often (~15 mins.) asking if I want to stay online. This may be a side effect of the flag I used in the call to InternetDial which forces itself online without a prompt.

Also, there's a small bug in Function RasEnumEntries that doesn't affect the demo. The line
Code:
Phonebook$ As Long, _
should be changed to
Code:
Phonebook$ As Ptr, _

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