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ICS Client - Internet Connection Wizard

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" the
Internet Options
(or right-click on the Internet Explorer
icon on the desktop and select
"
Properties" )


tab: "Connections"
and run the "Setup" using the
"Internet Connection Wizard"
Select to
"connect through a LAN",

then "Next"
select again to
"connect through LAN"
Allow the system to
"Automatically discovery
of proxy server"
no need to set up an
Internet mail account.
Done.
When you check the settings in the
"Properties" of the Internet Explorer,
then the tab "Connections" has to
show for "Dial-up settings" to
"Never dial a connection"

The "LAN Settings" show, that the
system should "Automatically detect
Settings
"

( These settings are very simple, so you could have made them manually without running
the "Internet Connection Wizard" )

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