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Configure Dial-up Networking Entries

Updated: March 15, 2012

Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012

A dial-up phone number in the custom phone book you specified on the previous page is referred to as a Point of Presence (POP). Each POP that you create by using the Phone Book Administrator tool can specify a Dial-up Networking Entry on its Settings tab. If this setting matches an entry on the Configure Dial-up Networking Entries page of the CMAK wizard, then that dial-up networking entry is used to configure a client with an IP address, DNS and WINS servers, and security settings. If the setting in the phone book does not match one of the dial-up networking entries in the CMAK wizard, then the entry marked <Default> is used to configure that connection.

 

Setting Description

New

Creates a new dial-up entry. The name should match the Dial-up Networking Entries field of the custom phone book supplied on the previous page of the CMAK wizard.

Edit

Edits the currently selected dial-up networking entry.

Delete

Deletes the currently selected dial-up networking entry. You cannot delete the <Default> entry.

For more information about configuring dial-up networking entries, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=80957 on the Microsoft Web site.

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