Frequently Asked Questions about Windows 95
FAQ - Windows 95 Dial-Up Scripting
Windows 95 has a built in feature called Dial-Up Scripting.   This allows you to create a script which can be used when you dial into the Internet.  If you have to manually type many things in each time you connect, it can all be automated with a Dial-Up Script.  If you have Windows 95 version b (OSR2) then the Dial-Up Scripting tool is already installed.

Create and save the following as comcat.scp in your Program Files\Accessories directory. (You can use Notepad in your Accessories group)

proc main

waitfor "ogin:"
transmit"yourusername^M"

waitfor "assword:"
transmit"yourpassword^M"

endproc

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