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Windows 7: Question:Single Click Direct Dial Connection Shortcut

22 Apr 2013   #1

Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows 7 Ulti.
 
 
Question:Single Click Direct Dial Connection Shortcut

Hi guys,

I have a Laptop that connects in bridging mode to my Wi-Fi ADSL router cum modem.
I have created new dial up & VPN connection, which i use to authenticate and log on to use internet.
I connect to my Wi-Fi network and than click Wi-Fi icon > Click my broadband authentication dial up connection > as i have saved id/pass i click connect and it connects.
Setup works fine and I am content with it. I do not want to switch to pppoe mode always online mode.

Now I want to make a shortcut that does these three steps in single click.

I made shortcut to that connection to desktop but still i have to click connect.

Can I make a shortcut that automatically connects with a single click.

Hope I am clear.

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26 Apr 2013   #2

Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows 7 Ulti.
 
 

seems not possible?
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