Is it possible to get online a quicker way than this?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by IanUK, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. IanUK

    IanUK Guest

    Hi All,

    Does anyone know how to set Windows Vista or Internet explorer to connect to
    the internet in one easy click?

    I have a new Notebook with Vista installed, & I have Speedtouch 330 modem,
    but in order to get online, I have to click "Internet explorer", & then click
    a "Connect" button, or a "Connect Automatically" tick box, which resets when
    I try & connect next time?

    I do have a shortcut on my desktop that says "Connect to my ISP", but when I
    double click this, another little box appears with a "Dial" button allowing
    me to connect, but then I have to open Internet Explorer seperately?

    There must be a setting that I am missing somewhere, because there is an
    option on one of these little boxes that I can tick to allow "All Users" with
    a Microsoft icon next to it, but I tick this & the next time I try & connect
    it has reset itself to only allowing me only, & the "All Users" box is
    un-ticked again?

    If anyone has any advice on how to resolve this, then I would be very
    grateful! I am sure there is an admin user setting that needs changing
    somewhere.

    Many thanks.
     
    IanUK, Jun 6, 2007
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  2. In Internet Explorer, pick Tools, then Internet Options. Make sure your ISP
    dial-up entry is in the list there, then click the radio button next to
    "Always dial my default connection". That should dial your ISP any time a
    program needs Internet access.

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    Richard G. Harper, Jun 6, 2007
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