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:
The upgrade (file: MSDUN13.EXE, 2.24 MByte) can be downloaded from the
Microsoft has release the "Dialup-Networking upgrade 1.4"
The release-Notes can be viewed in the Microsoft Knowledge Base, article Q285189:
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
"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|
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