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"Record a log file"

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by MatrixX, Aug 20, 2001.

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  1. MatrixX

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    Hi,
    I got this instruction from an emai [below]l but I cannot find the option for "record a log file". In fact, I cannot even find dial-up adapter. Perhaps this set of instructions were designed for another system and not Windows 2000. How do I find the log file option in Windows 2000?

    >>1. Right click Network Neighborhood, choose "Properties" or >>My Computer, Control Panel
    >> and Network.

    >>2. Click Dial-Up Adapter and choose Properties. Under the >> Advanced Tab, click "Record a log file"
    >> and change the Value to "Yes".
     
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