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General Information

File Description: Remote Access Common Dialog API  
File Version: 10.0.10130.0 (fbl_impressive.150522-2224)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - 1 other DLL files in system32 directory are statically linked to this file.
File Size: 780 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 27
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 27

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 384,512 Bytes 48.1% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x0005f000 2,048 Bytes 0.3% Write, Read Initialized Data
.idata 0x00061000 12,800 Bytes 1.6% Read Initialized Data
.didat 0x00065000 512 Bytes 0.1% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00066000 373,760 Bytes 46.8% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x000c2000 24,064 Bytes 3.0% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

rasdlg.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when rasdlg.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, rasdlg.dll won't be loaded.


List of files that are statically linked to rasdlg.dll


This means that when one of the above files is loaded, rasdlg.dll will be loaded too. (The opposite of the previous 'Static Linking' section)


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 22 164,000 Bytes 20.5%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 3 203,920 Bytes 25.5%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 96 68,300 Bytes 8.6%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 517 51,102 Bytes 6.4%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 1 723 Bytes 0.1%
All Others 2 1,168 Bytes 0.1%
Total 641 489,213 Bytes 61.2%

Icons in this file

There are 22 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 1000 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 1000 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
102 Alternate Phone Numbers
103 Network Connections
104 Line Bundling Errors
108 Change Password
109 Change Password
110 Callback
111 Error Connecting to %1
113 Connecting %1...
115 Connect %1
116 Connect %1
117 Connect %1
118 Connect %1
119 Connect %1
121 ISDN Configuration
122 ISDN Configure
125 Modem Configuration
126 Select Network Component Type
146 Autodial
148 Callback
150 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
151 Networking
153 Security
154 Security
155 General
156 General
160 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
161 Security
162 Security
163 Security
164 Security
165 Networking
167 Options
175 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
183 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
497 Connect Using Smart Card
500 Connect %1
502 PPP Settings
528 Connections
532 Router Callback
539 Connect %1
540 Connect %1
541 Connect %1
547 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
550 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
551 Connect %1
552 Connect %1
553 Connect %1
554 General
555 General
560 Initial Connection
567 New Connection Wizard
568 General
569 IKEv2
570 L2TP
574 Sharing
590 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
591 Static Route
592 Diagnostics
593 Generate Diagnostic Report
594 Diagnostic Report
595 Connect %1
1420 Connect %1
1421 Connect %1
1422 Connect %1
1425 General
1426 Options
1433 General
1434 General
1436 General
1448 Network Connections
1480 Phone Number Editor
1780 Options
1781 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
1782 Demand-Dial Interface Wizard
7000 General
7005 Callback
7010 General
7016 Incoming IP Properties
7033 Incoming Protocol Properties
7035 Networking
7042 Users
7063 Incoming IPv6 Properties
19900 Dial-Up Networking

String resources in this dll (up to 1000 strings)

String ID String Text
187 &No, do not dial
188 You (or a program) have requested information from %1. Which connection do you want to use?
189 Add Alternate Phone Number
190 Dial only first available device
191 Dial all devices
192 Dial devices only as needed
193 Enter a user name and password with access to the remote network domain.
195 The area code must contain only the digits 0 to 9.
196 The entry name must contain at least one non-blank character and cannot begin with a period. Choose a different name.
198 The custom authentication configuration DLL could not be loaded. Make sure the custom authentication package is correctly installed.
199 The connection selected was established by the Multiprotocol router. Please use the 'Routing and RAS Admin' tool to hang up the connection.
200 Comment
201 The custom authentication package configuration failed.
202 TCP/IP is not installed or is disabled for Routing and Remote Access. In Control Panel, start Network, go to the Services page, choose 'Routing and Remote Access Service' Properties, and press the Network button.
204 Do you want to remove the selected device(s) from the list?
205 Do you want to delete %1 from the phonebook?
206 Do you want to disconnect from %1?
207 A file named %1 already exists. Do you want to overwrite it?
208 Syntax errors were found in the script. Do you want to view the error log?
209 '%1' is now connected.
210 Right-click the Dial-Up Networking Monitor on the task bar to hang up or check the status of your connection.
212 Connected successfully.
215 Dial-up shortcut files (*.rnk)
216 *.rnk
217 Create Dial-Up Shortcut
218 Link to %1 failed. Reconnect pending...
219 Cannot retrieve framing information.
220 Cannot retrieve port information.
221 Cannot retrieve projection information.
222 Cannot load connection list.
223 Client:
224 Details
225 Device:
226 Network:
227 (not connected)
228 &Connect...
229 Hang &Up
230 Dial-up Connection
231 Modem configuration set to defaults
232 COM1
233 Remote Router
234 Modem or device
235 Enter a username for this interface's account on the remote router.
236 An entry named %1 already exists. Please choose a different name.
237 You may want to allow sending your password without encryption.
238 Password Encryption
241 Phone &number:
242 Call Me Back At
243 Edit Alternate Phone Number
244 Since this connection is currently active, some settings will not take effect until the next time you dial it.
245 There are no connections available to all users. You must log on before dialing.
246 The phonebook is empty. To add an entry, click OK.
247 Due to import/export restrictions, data encryption is not available in this version of Windows.
249 Error %1: %2
250 %1 Error %2: %3
251 %1 Error %2: %3 Diagnostic: %4
252 %1 Error %2: %3 Fail Code: %4
253 %1 Error %2: %3 Press F1 for more information.
254 %1 Error %2: %3 Name: %4
255 %1 %4
256 %1 Error %2: %3 Response: %4
257 Fail Code: 0x%1
258 Name: %1
259 %1 CP reported error %2: %3
260 %1 CP connected successfully.
261 You can choose which dial-up protocol to use.
262 Choose Dial-up Protocol
263 Click Finish to save '%1'.
264 netcfg.hlp
265 &Move successful number to the top of the list on connection
266 &New phone number:
267 &Phone numbers:
268 Phone Numbers
269 You may enter a fixed IP address.
270 IP Address
271 The Internet protocols (TCP/IP), are not installed or are disabled for Remote Access. In Control Panel, start Network, go to the Services page, choose 'Remote Access Service' Properties, and then click Network.
272 TCP/IP
273 IPsec, default policy
275 (the current location)
276 ISDN
277 All available ISDN lines multi-linked
278 64K Digital
279 56K Digital
280 56K Voice
281 You may need a special procedure before connecting.
282 Choose Logon Options
283 %d%%
284 Phone number for %s
285 &New location:
286 &Locations:
287 Locations
288 This device will be used to make the connection.
289 Select a Device
290 Multiple lines cannot be bundled unless you are calling a PPP server.
291 Modem
292 The modem is not installed.
293 Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption, 128-bit RSA/RC4
294 Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption, 40-bit RSA/RC4
295 Multiple Lines
296 (Click Configure to set)
297 You may enter fixed DNS and WINS addresses.
298 Name Server Addresses
301 PPP multi-link
304 A personal phonebook has been created and initialized with the contents of the system phonebook.
305 No alternate phonebook is selected.
306 That device cannot be dynamically configured.
307 The entry cannot be deleted because it is connected.
308 No entry is selected. To create an entry, click New.
309 A non-zero IP address must be supplied when 'specify an IP address' is selected.
311 (none)
312 '%1' is already in the list.
313 Help secure my password and my data
314 The %1 protocol cannot be selected because it is not installed or is disabled for Remote Access. To change, in Control Panel start Network, choose Services page, Remote Access Properties, and click Network.
315 Cannot save password.
316 Cannot display data.
317 Cannot get auto-dial information.
318 Cannot load dialog.
319 Cannot disable shared access.
320 Cannot load property page.
321 Cannot load phonebook.
322 Cannot load RAS Manager port information.
323 Cannot read user preferences from registry.
324 Cannot load script information.
325 Cannot view script.log with Notepad.
326 Cannot edit switch.inf with Notepad.
327 Cannot load TAPI information.
329 Cannot create new phonebook.
330 Cannot enable shared access.
331 Cannot connect the phonebook entry.
332 Cannot get send/receive buffer.
333 Cannot get status information for a port.
334 Cannot retrieve protocol information.
335 Cannot receive buffer from device.
336 Cannot send buffer to device.
337 Cannot retrieve data.
338 Cannot save TAPI information.
339 Cannot save data.
340 The script has halted.
341 The script has halted due to an error. Do you want to view the error log?
342 Cannot set auto-dial information.
343 Cannot delete saved password.
344 Cannot write phonebook.
345 Writing preferences to registry
346 Cannot write the shortcut file.
348 Cannot configure incoming connections.
349 Because this connection was started by an application with restricted privileges, you cannot change the properties of the connection. Please use the Network and Sharing Center or Network Connections folder to change the connection settings.
350 The Password and Confirm password fields do not match.
351 The New Password and Confirm New Password fields do not match.
353 Dial-Up Phonebook
354 *.pbk
355 Open Phonebook
356 Clone Phonebook Entry
357 Edit Phonebook Entry
358 New Phonebook Entry
359 Phone number
360 Phone numbers
361 Network Connections
362 You must select at least one network protocol.
363 Before you can call PPP servers you must install a network protocol.
364 &New prefix:
365 &Prefixes:
366 Phone Number Prefixes
369 Point-to-point protocol settings to use when %1 initiates a demand-dial connection on interface %2:
370 [To change the saved password, click here]
371 Removed
407 &Redial
408 You have chosen to disable one or more transports. Doing so requires the routing managers and routing protocols for the disabled transports to be removed from this demand-dial connection. To continue, click Yes. To re-enable the transports, click No.
410 Demand-dial interface dial-in account.
411 You now need to set the dial-out credentials that interface '%1' will use when connecting to the remote router. These credentials must match the dial-in credentials configured on the remote router. When connecting to a Windows NT4/2000 router, the user name must also match the interface name of the remote router.
412 mpradmin.hlp
413 &Move successful number or address to the top of the list on connection
414 &New phone number or address:
415 &Phone numbers or addresses:
416 Numbers and Addresses
420 All devices connected.
421 Receiving registration results...
422 Sending callback information...
423 Sending new password...
424 Calculating link speed...
425 Checking authentication status...
426 Registering your computer on the network...
427 Retrying authentication...
428 Verifying user name and password...
429 Authenticated.
430 Connecting through %1...
431 Dialing...
432 Modems connecting...
433 Connecting over cable...
434 Dialing %1...
436 Post-connecting through %1...
437 Pre-connecting through %1...
438 Connected.
439 Device connected.
440 Disconnected.
441 Modem connected.
442 Cable connected.
443 Opening port...
444 Applying configured settings
445 Port opened.
446 Post-connect complete.
447 Pre-connect complete.
448 Preparing for callback...
449 Checking network protocol connections...
450 Verifying user name and password...
451 Connected, bundling additional lines...
452 Unknown state.
453 Waiting for callback...
454 Waiting for modem reset...
455 Make the phone number change permanent?
457 *.scp
458 Dial-up script files (*.scp)
459 Browse Dial-Up Scripts
460 You must select at least one modem or adapter.
461 Phone number
464 Status
465 &New suffix:
466 &Suffixes:
467 Phone Number Suffixes
470 Manual Modem Command Terminal
471 After Dial Terminal
472 Before Dial Terminal
474 10 minutes
475 10 seconds
476 1 hour
477 1 minute
478 24 hours
479 2 hours
480 2 minutes
481 30 minutes
482 30 seconds
483 3 seconds
484 4 hours
485 4 minutes
486 5 minutes
487 5 seconds
488 8 hours
489 never
492 Discard multiple line settings for the entry?
493 Unavailable device
495 Remote Access Preferences
500 Cannot enable on-demand dialing.
502 Cannot disable on-demand dialing.
505 VPN1
511 When Internet Connection Sharing is enabled, your network adapter will be set to use IP address This might cause your computer to lose connectivity with other computers on your network. If these other computers have static IP addresses, set them to obtain their IP addresses automatically. Are you sure you want to enable Internet Connection Sharing?
513 %1 using '%2'
514 &Connect
515 Let the server determine encryption
516 Always encrypt my data
517 Use MPPE-40 data encryption
518 Use MPPE-128 data encryption
519 The current encryption selection requires MS-CHAP or EAP authentication.
520 Custom Authentication Message
521 Connecting to %1...
523 Automatic
524 Point to Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP)
525 Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol with IPsec (L2TP/IPsec)
526 IKEv2
527 Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol (SSTP)
529 Virtual Private Connection
530 Use any form of authentication required including clear text. Do not encrypt data.
531 Use any form of authentication that requires passwords to be encrypted. Do not encrypt data.
532 Type a name for the entry.
533 Encrypt passwords and data.
534 Type a port number between 1 and 65535.
535 Specify custom authentication and data encryption with the Settings button.
536 Use any form of authentication that requires encrypted passwords. Do not encrypt data.
537 Encrypt passwords and data.
538 Specify custom authentication and data encryption with the Settings button.
539 The port number is already used by another entry. Enter a unique port number.
540 Enter one or more ports for incoming responses.
541 Select the entry you want to delete.
542 1 second
543 Select the entry you want to modify.
576 20 minutes
579 Specify a name for this connection to your workplace.
581 Network Application Settings
582 Type a name for this connection in the following box.
584 Type the name of your ISP in the following box.
585 Advanced Properties
586 Please type the IP address of the server computer on the private network.
587 Advanced Settings
588 The entry name begins with a period or contains characters that are not valid. Choose a different name.
589 Properties
597 Diagnostic Report
598 The destination address is an IPv6 address.PPTP does not work over IPv6. The VPN connection type will be set to Automatic.
1512 Communications Port
1523 channel
1528 Direct Connection
1529 Select a device for this connection.
1530 Verdana Bold
1532 Connection Type
1533 Select the type of demand-dial interface you want to create.
1534 Select a Device
1535 This is the device that will be used to make the connection.
1536 Phone Number
1537 Type the phone number of the remote server or router you are calling.
1538 VPN Type
1539 Select the type of VPN connection you want to create.
1540 Destination Address
1541 What is the name or address of the remote router?
1548 Router Scripting
1549 You can set up a script for connecting to the remote router.
1550 Dial-In Credentials
1551 Configure the user name and password that the remote router will use when it dials in to this server.
1552 Dial-Out Credentials
1553 Supply the user name and password to be used when connecting to the remote router.
1554 Interface Name
1555 You can type a friendly name for this connection.
1556 No available devices
1557 A user account named %1 already exists on the local computer. Should the demand-dial interface be configured to use this user account?
1559 Allow unsecured password
1560 Require secured password
1561 Use smart card
1562 You must select at least one password authentication protocol.
1563 No encryption allowed (server will disconnect if it requires encryption)
1564 Optional encryption (connect even if no encryption)
1565 Require encryption (disconnect if server declines)
1566 Maximum strength encryption (disconnect if server declines)
1567 (encryption enabled)
1570 The selected EAP package does not provide encryption keys. Select an EAP package that does provide keys or choose not to encrypt.
1571 The current encryption selection requires EAP or MS-CHAP v2 logon security method.
1572 Protocols and Security
1573 Select transports and security options for this connection.
1574 The protocols you have selected include PAP and/or CHAP. If one of these is negotiated, data encryption will not occur. Do you want to keep these settings?
1575 To connect to '%1', you must first be connected to '%2'. Do you want to connect to '%2' now?
1576 Connecting over parallel cable...
1577 Connecting over infrared...
1578 Parallel cable connected.
1579 Infrared connected.
1580 This connection was configured to use a data encryption strength that is not supported by the installed software. The security properties of this connection have been reset to the available encryption strengths.
1582 Please enter a user name.
1583 This user name and password will be saved for your own use. There is already a user name and password saved for all other users of this connection. Do you want to delete the user name and password saved for all other users?
1584 For example, you could type the name of your workplace or the name of a server you will connect to.
1585 Account Information
1586 The request cannot be completed at this time. The system must first be restarted before any configuration changes can be made.
1587 The request cannot be completed because another network property dialog box is open. Please close all other dialog boxes and then try again.
1588 The request cannot be completed because access has been denied.
1589 The following message was received from your service provider: %1
1590 Reconnect %1
1591 Service Name
1592 What is the name of the service that provides your broadband connection?
1593 You will need an account name and password to sign in to your account
1594 PPPOE1-0
1595 Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE)
1596 Type of &broadband connection to make:
1606 You must select an EAP method for this connection.
1607 Custom Encryption
1611 Broadband Connection
1612 You have selected to use a preshared key but you have not entered one. Please enter a preshared key.
1613 Cannot Commit Credentials
1634 Because the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service has been disabled, Windows cannot display the properties of this connection or the home network. To configure the properties of this connection or your home network, first enable the WMI service. To do this, in Administrative Tools in Control Panel, double-click Services, right-click Windows Management Instrumentation, and then click Start.
1635 Windows cannot display the properties of this connection. The Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) information might be corrupted. To correct this, use System Restore to restore Windows to an earlier time (called a restore point). System Restore is located in the System Tools folder in Accessories.
1646 Allow incoming echo request
1647 Allow incoming timestamp request
1648 Allow incoming mask request
1649 Allow incoming router request
1650 Allow outgoing destination unreachable
1651 Allow outgoing source quench
1652 Allow outgoing parameter problem
1653 Allow outgoing time exceeded
1654 Allow redirect
1656 *.log
1657 Firewall log files (*.log)
1658 Browse
1665 Messages sent to this computer will be repeated back to the sender. This is commonly used for troubleshooting, for example, to ping a computer.
1666 Data sent to this computer can be acknowledged with a confirmation message indicating the time that the data was received.
1667 This computer will listen for and respond to requests for more information about the public network to which it is attached.
1668 This computer will respond to requests for information about the routes it recognizes.
1669 Data sent over the Internet that fails to reach this computer due to an error will be discarded and acknowledged with a "destination unreachable" message explaining the failure.
1670 When this computer's ability to process incoming data cannot keep up with the rate of a transmission, data will be dropped and the sender will be asked to slow down.
1671 When this computer discards data it has received due to a problematic header, it will reply to the sender with a "bad header" error message.
1672 When this computer discards an incomplete data transmission because the entire transmission required more time than allowed, it will reply to the sender with a "time expired" message.
1673 Data sent from this computer will be rerouted if the default path changes.
1675 The value entered for the log file size is not valid. Enter a value between 1 and 32767 KB.
1685 Your user account does not have permission to use this connection. Usually, this is because you are logged in as Guest.
1686 Type a user name and password. (If you have forgotten an existing account name or password, contact your network administrator.)
1688 ISP N&ame
1689 Company N&ame
1690 What is the phone number you will use to make this connection?
1691 Static Routes for Remote Networks
1692 A static route is a manually defined, permanent route between two networks.
1693 Destination
1694 Network Mask/Prefix length
1696 Metric
1697 Destination is required.
1698 Network mask is required.
1699 Metric is required.
1700 Invalid mask.
1701 Cannot add duplicate route.
1702 Cannot load diagnostic functions
1704 Enter a valid file name.
1706 Enter a valid e-mail address.
1710 No diagnostic log file is available.
1711 Unable to launch explorer.exe to load the diagnostic log file.
1713 This process can take several minutes. Do you want to continue?
1715 Cannot export log to the file you specified. There might not be enough disk space.
1717 Cannot send the log. Make sure that Microsoft Outlook is installed and configured correctly.
1718 Generating report...
1720 Writing to file is finished.
1722 Sending e-mail is finished.
1724 Operation was unsuccessful.
1727 Browse for Folder
1728 Finished
1749 PPTP does not work over IPv6. The VPN connection type will be set to Automatic.
1750 The current VPN connection settings include PPTP as the connection type and PAP as an allowed authentication protocol. Data is not encrypted when PPTP and PAP are used. Change the security settings or use a different connection type.
1751 The protocols you have selected include PAP and/or CHAP. The current VPN selection might not encrypt data. Do you want to keep the VPN selection?
1753 TCP/IPv6
1772 Invalid prefix length.
1773 Invalid destination address
1850 6 seconds
1851 9 seconds
1852 12 seconds
1853 15 seconds
1854 6 minutes
1855 12 minutes
1856 15 minutes
7301 Incoming TCP/IP Properties
7302 You must choose a value from %1 to %2 for this field.
7306 Incoming Connections Error
7307 Incoming Connections General Error
7308 Incoming Connections
7309 Incoming Connections Networking Error
7310 Incoming Connections Multilink Status Error
7311 Incoming Connections Error
7312 Incoming Connections Initialization Error
7313 Incoming Connections TCP/IP Properties Error
7315 Incoming Connections Error
7316 Generic
7317 Device
7318 Miscellaneous Database
7319 User Database
7320 Protocol Database
7321 You must enter a logon name for the new user or press cancel.
7322 The password you entered was too short.
7323 The passwords entered are not the same. Please re-enter them.
7324 An internal error has occurred.
7325 Listview
7326 An error has occurred while attempting to commit the changes you have made to the local user database.
7327 You have insufficient privileges to add a user to the local system database.
7328 The user you are trying create already exists in the local user database.
7329 The user was not added to the local user database because the password you entered was rejected.
7330 Unable to reload the system user database because of an internal error.
7331 An internal error has occurred: The local user database handle is corrupt.
7332 Unable to load the resources necessary to display the user tab.
7333 An internal error occurred while attempting to rollback the changes you made to the local user database.
7334 The device database handle is corrupt.
7335 Unable to load the resources necessary to display the general tab.
7336 An error has occurred while attempting to commit some of the device/vpn related changes you have made.
7337 An internal error occurred.
7338 An internal error occurred: The networking component database handle is corrupt.
7339 An internal error has occurred.
7340 An error has occurred while attempting to commit the changes you have made to the networking components.
7341 An internal error occurred.
7342 Unable to commit the changes you made to the TCP/IP protocol to the system.
7344 Unable to display the TCPIP properties.
7346 Unable to load TCP/IP properties from the system.
7348 Incoming Connections depend on the Routing and Remote Access service which was unable to start. For more information, check the system event log.
7349 Unable to allow the editing of networking components at this time because they are currently being modified elsewhere.
7350 The new user you entered was not added to the local user database because the name or password entered violated a system policy (it was too large, too small, or ill-formed).
7351 The system is unable to delete the requested user.
7352 Unable to remove the selected network component because it is in use.
7353 Incoming Connections Warning
7354 Any users that you delete will be permanently removed from the system even if cancel is pressed. Are you sure you want to permanently remove %s?
7355 You are about to switch to a system management console. This Incoming Connections property sheet will be closed and any changes you may have made will be committed to the system. Is it ok to continue?
7356 Your Network Mask value has been changed. A zero bit in a mask can only be followed by other zero bits. For example, a Network Mask value, expressed in decimal dotted notation, of, is valid, but is not.
7357 Who may connect to this computer?
7358 You can specify the users who can connect to this computer.
7359 How will people connect?
7360 You can choose the devices your computer uses to accept incoming connections.
7361 Incoming Virtual Private Network (VPN) Connection
7362 Another computer can connect to yours through a VPN connection
7363 Networking software allows this computer to accept connections from other kinds of computers
7364 Networking software allows this computer to accept connections from other kinds of computers.
7365 Completing the New Connection Wizard
7367 Incoming Connections
7371 No hardware capable of accepting calls is installed.
7373 Assign specified &network number:
7374 Assign &network numbers sequentially from:
7375 New User
7378 No devices capable of accepting direct connections are currently installed.
7379 New Incoming Connection Warning
7380 Because Routing and Remote access is already configured, you must use the Routing and Remote Access system console to configure this machine to receive incoming connections. Cancel changes and switch to this console?
7381 A&ssign network number automatically
7382 A&ssign network numbers automatically
7385 Communications Port (%s)
7386 Network Connections does not display some specialized options for inbound connections that have been set using the Local User Manager or Remote Access Policy consoles. For complete and correct information on incoming connections, you will need to use these consoles.
7387 The user callback mode you have selected requires you to enter a valid callback number.
7388 Windows must reboot to complete the operation. Is it ok to reboot now?
7389 The currently selected device has no configuration options available.
7390 Invalid Range
7391 You have requested that '%1' be disabled for Incoming Connections. In order to disable this, you must stop the 'Server' service. Once stopped, any shared directories or printers on this computer will no longer be available to any other computer. Do you want to bring up a system console that will allow you to stop the 'Server' service? Under Computer Management, click System Tools and then click Services. In the right pane, right-click Server and click stop.
7392 This serial port is not enabled for use in a direct connection to another computer. It will be enabled after you complete this wizard. You can then configure the port speed and other properties by right-clicking the icon for this connection and selecting Properties.
7393 Incoming Connections
7394 The IP address pool you've entered is invalid.
7395 The mask provided is invalid.
7396 The start address entered for the TCP/IP pool is invalid. It must lie between and and it must not be in the form 127.x.x.x.
7397 The TCP/IP pool entered is invalid because the address is more specific than the mask.
7398 The start address must be less than the end address.
7399 The Routing and Remote Access Service is in the process of stopping. Until it stops, the Incoming Connections option is not available. Please wait a few moments and retry.
7400 %s (%s)
7401 %s (%d channels)
7403 You must enable at least one Internet Protocol.
7406 You do not have sufficient privileges to set up Incoming Connections
7410 &Allow access
7411 Invalid IPv6 prefix
29900 Cannot load the Remote Access Connection Manager service.
29901 Cannot load the file MPRAPI.DLL in the system32 directory.

COM Classes/Interfaces

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Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
DllCanUnloadNow DllGetClassObject DwTerminalDlg GetRasDialOutProtocols
RasAutodialQueryDlgA RasAutodialQueryDlgW RasDialDlgA RasDialDlgW
RasEntryDlgA RasEntryDlgW RasHandleDiagnostics RasPhonebookDlgA
RasPhonebookDlgW RasSrvAddPropPages RasSrvAllowConnectionsConfig RasSrvCleanupService
RasSrvEnumConnections RasSrvHangupConnection RasSrvInitializeService RasSrvIsConnectionConnected
RasSrvIsICConfigured RasSrvIsServiceRunning RasUserEnableManualDial RasUserGetManualDial
RasUserPrefsDlg RouterEntryDlgA RouterEntryDlgW


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: