Dial-Up Networking 1.3 Upgrade

by Johannes Helmig [Published on 9 Dec. 2001 / Last Updated on 9 Dec. 2001]

Microsoft has just release the "Dialup-Networking upgrade 1.3" (Aug. 98)

The release-Notes can be viewed in the Microsoft Knowledge Base, article Q154091:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q154/0/91.asp

The upgrade (file: MSDUN13.EXE, 2.24 MByte) can be downloaded from the
Microsoft Website:
http://download.microsoft.com/download/win95upg/Update/1.30/W95/EN-US/MSDUN13.EXE


Microsoft has release the "Dialup-Networking upgrade 1.4"
The release-Notes can be viewed in the Microsoft Knowledge Base, article Q285189:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q285/1/89.asp,
containing also the download links for the different Windows95 and Windows98 versions.

nothing new in the DUN 1.4 upgrade; just all the features of DUN 1.3 plus vpn & security
updates and enables 128-bit pptp encryption).


Special installation note ( updated: Mar. 4,99: contributed by Ray LeBlanc, Technical Specialist, Federated Co-operatives Limited, also documented in the Microsoft Knowledge base article Q191810):

Your current Windows95 version
will most probably show in the
Control-Panel applet:
"Add/Remove Programs" on the
tab: "Windows Setup" in the
details of "Communications"
the item for"Dial-Up Networking".
Start the Installation of the
Dialup-Networking Upgrade 1.3
The system will reboot once,
then continue to install all the
different (and new) components
of this DUN Upgrade.
But on checking now in
"Dial-Up Networking"
under "Connections":
No Dial-up Server is installed !

This is a different behavior: While the Dialup-Networking Upgrade 1.2 installs by default
also the Dialup-Server, the Upgrade 1.3 actually UN-INSTALLS any previously installed
Dialup-Server, but does NOT install the new version of Dialup-Server !.

The DUN Upgrade 1.3 modified your
Windows-Setup list, because when you
now check in the Control-Panel applet:
"Add/Remove Programs" under the
tab:"Windows Setup", now in the
details of "Communications" is a new
item "Dial-Up Server", un-check
(=not installed) by default.

Just put the Check-mark in to install
now the Dial-Up Server.
And now you are able to receive
Incoming calls for your
Dial-Up Server.

The Author — Johannes Helmig

Dr.Johannes Helmig is working as Director, Technical Knowledge Management in the Belgium office of Gerber Technology where he is involved in Customer Service and internal training, with special interest in Networking.

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