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Figure 6-2. Clear the Internet Explorer check box to remove Internet Explorer icons and shortcuts.
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Note that you can also remove MSN Explorer in the same way: Just clear the MSN Explorer check box on the Windows Components page to remove it.
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The Dial-Up And Virtual Private Network Settings section of the Connections tab provides you with dial-up and VPN settings for Internet Explorer. Keep in mind that Internet Explorer simply uses the dial-up and VPN connections you ve already created in the Network Connections folder. If you have not yet created the Internet connection, you can click the Setup button on the Connections tab to open the New Connection Wizard. This is the same wizard you would use in Network Connections to set up a new Internet connection. Like all connections, the new connection you create will appear in the Network Connections folder and will be available for Internet Explorer to use. Another way to create a new dial-up or VPN connection is to click the Add button. This button opens the New Connection Wizard and takes you to the Type Of Connection page. You can then create a new dial-up or VPN connection by following these steps:
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want to add, such as Dial-Up To Private Network or Connect To A Private Network Through The Internet, as shown in Figure 6-3 on the next page. Click Next.
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Figure 6-3.
Choose the type of new connection that you want to create.
2 Depending on the type of connection you choose to create, the wizard will ask
you for appropriate information, such as a phone number for a modem connection or whether to automatically dial a VPN connection. Supply the requested information and click Next. For more detailed information about completing this wizard, see Creating New Internet Connections on page 103, and Creating a Connection to a VPN Server on page 515.
3 Click Finish. If additional settings need to be configured, the appropriate Settings dialog box for the new connection will appear. Enter the settings and click OK.
As is shown in Figure 6-1 on page 138, once the dial-up or VPN connections are created, they appear in the box on the Connections tab. If you have more than one dial-up or VPN connection, you need to choose one as your default connection by selecting it and clicking Set Default. Then make one of the following three choices for the default connection:
G Never Dial A Connection. This option prevents Internet Explorer from auto-
matically dialing your connection. If you select this option, you will first need to manually connect to the Internet before using Internet Explorer because Internet Explorer will not launch a dial-up session automatically.
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As a point of reference for troubleshooting, always examine this setting if Internet Explorer is unable to access the Internet. This option is sometimes the culprit. G Dial Whenever A Network Connection Is Not Present. This setting, which
works well for most users, automatically dials an Internet connection when you open Internet Explorer if no existing connection is available. If you are
2: Internet Networking
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already connected when you open Internet Explorer, the existing connection will be used. Note that if Internet Explorer does dial the connection, your default Internet connection will be used.
G Always Dial My Default Connection. If you don t want Internet Explorer
to attempt to use a network connection first, choosing this option will cause Internet Explorer to always (unlike the second option) and automatically (unlike the first option) use the default dial-up or VPN connection.
note From the Connections tab, you can also remove a dial-up or VPN connection you no
longer need. To do so, select the connection in the box and click the Remove button.
There also might be instances where you need to contact a proxy server in order to access a dial-up connection. A proxy server is a computer that stands between client computers and the Internet. The proxy server works on behalf of the client computers to retrieve information from the Internet and also acts as a security boundary for the network. If you click the Settings button, you can configure access to a proxy server for the dial-up or VPN account you have selected in the window.
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