Windows XP + UKAW
martin at freexp.co.uk
Fre Dez 2 23:27:07 CET 2005
* REPOST *
On 02/12/2005 21:36, Michael Heydekamp wrote:
> Martin Foster <martin at freexp.co.uk> wrote on 02.12.05:
>> On 02/12/2005 15:36, Michael Heydekamp wrote:
>>> [UKAW not working under WinXP]
>>>> Can somebody please offer any help with this.
>>> I'd like to, but I have no idea. :-( Most users are running UKAW
>>> with WinXP in the meantime and I haven't heard of any such problems
>>> Have you made a 1:1 copy of your (Free)XP directory from Win9x to
>> Yes, that's exactly what I've done.
> I assume that drive letters and directory names kept the same? ;-)
>> However, I've discovered that if I execute "E-AGENT.EXE <config file>"
>> directly from a command prompt, it finds and uses my DSL
>> connection. I'm obviously missing something fundamental here?
> Hmm. You have not entered anything under D/S/E/C/Dial-Up, have you?
> What about WDIAL.EXE? Is it launched in some way (e.g. via a batch
> file)? If yes, try parameter /LAN or do not launch it at all.
It is not launched at all as it isn't required.
> I'm not familiar enough with your UKAW environment to come up with
> better ideas. Currently I just can tell you the standard stuff (which
> you know anyway...).
OK, under D/S/E/C/Client call, I have "UKAW.BAT $CONFIG" which worked
perfectly under Win98(SE).
Please tell me what is the correct method of calling E-AGENT.EXE from
UKAW.BAT under WinXP. I ask because I feel that this is where my problem
lies as I don't yet understand how WinXP handles this sort of stuff. It
must obviously handle it differently to Win98(SE).
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