Once a system is configured as ICS Client (like Windows2000 or Windows95/98/ME), it is
required to configure Internet Explorer to use this ICS (instead
of trying to dial out using a modem).
If you start up Internet Explorer (version 4.x or higher) the
first time, it will usually start up the
"Internet Connection Wizard".
||Select in the "Control-Panel"
(or right-click on the Internet
icon on the desktop and select
and run the "Setup" using the
"Internet Connection Wizard"
"connect through a LAN",
||select again to
"connect through LAN"
||Allow the system to
of proxy server"
||no need to set up an
Internet mail account.
||When you check the settings in the
"Properties" of the
then the tab "Connections" has to
show for "Dial-up settings"
"Never dial a connection"
Settings" show, that the
system should "Automatically detect
( These settings are very simple, so you
could have made them manually without running
the "Internet Connection Wizard" )