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Windows 7: Dial up Networking

19 May 2010   #1

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Dial up Networking

My company is using a dial up connection to access the company's intranet web server. The old server is running on windows XP.

I am to upgrade the whole server to windows 7. Now, i have managed to allow 2 windows 7 computer to connect to each other via Modem / Telephone line. I would like to access something like http://server-pc/ on the client side. Even having a 56k connection connected, I'm not able to do so. Can anyone give me some guide lines?


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19 May 2010   #2

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rolandc85 View Post
My company is using a dial up connection to access the company's intranet web server. The old server is running on windows XP.

I am to upgrade the whole server to windows 7. Now, i have managed to allow 2 windows 7 computer to connect to each other via Modem / Telephone line. I would like to access something like http://server-pc/ on the client side. Even having a 56k connection connected, I'm not able to do so. Can anyone give me some guide lines?


Link is dead. what are you trying to do exactly? access the server desktop remotely?


Ken
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