Other Improvements: Remote Access

Laptop users can access many types of data through file and settings synchronization, but they will still need to access some resources remotely while on the road. Windows 2000 improves the user interface for setting up dial-up and remote access network connections by providing utilities such as an improved version of the Windows 95/98 Connection Wizard. Windows 2000 also lets users set network hardware settings (e.g., modem settings) separately for each type of network connection, a feature missing from Windows 95 and NT 4.0.

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