download your copy of the iPass Dial Wizard for Windows
95, 98 and NT below. For the iPass Dial Wizard for Macintosh
please click here.
The iPass Dial Wizard
for Windows 95, 98 and NT
The iPass Dial Wizard contains an international phone
book with every iPass access point and login information.
It has a point-and click interface and acts as an
"assistant" that creates new Windows 95 dial-up
connection scripts for you. It does this based on the
specific cities for which you want to have a dial-up
The iPass Dial Wizard is for Windows 95, 98 and NT users. Users must
have Dial-Up Networking installed in the My Computer
to Install the iPass Dial Wizard
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Download the iPass Dial Wizard software. Run the program,
following the instructions given by the software, and the
iPass Dial Wizard will automatically appear on your
on the web site link to download the iPass
Dial Wizard. Select the default
directory and file name or rename it and click
on Start - Programs - Windows Explorer.
Under Windows Explorer, locate your
directory and the file and "run" the
file by double clicking on the file name.
To continue the installation process click
the terms of the software license agreement and click
Yes to accept the terms of the agreement.
the Release Notes screen take note of any
release notes that might pertain to you and click
where you want the iPass Dial Wizard to install
or select the default and click Next.
a Program Folder for the program (we recommend
the default), click Next.
"Yes to launch program file" to
immediately create your first dial-up connection.
Follow the instructions for setting up a new
connection. If you do not wish to set up a
dial-up connection at this time, click Finish.
to your desktop, you will see a new icon on your
screen called: iPass -- Shortcut to iPass Dial
to Use the iPass Dial Wizard
Click on the iPass Dial Wizard icon on your desktop.
Follow the simple instructions to set up a dial-up
connection for as many locations as you wish. Each new
setup takes about 10 seconds.
the iPass Dial Wizard icon on your desktop and double
click on it.
the country selection you are dialing to and click
the region/state selection you are dialing to and
the city selection you are dialing to and click
in your user name, domain name, country and area
code from which you are dialing and click Next.
An example of a user name and domain is
firstname.lastname@example.org where the user name is Teresa
and the domain is Example.Net. (The domain name
is typically the name of your ISP or company and
is usually the part of your e-mail address after
the @ sign.)
the connection name to be used in the Dial-Up
Networking folder you are creating. Select
a modem to be used for this connection or keep
the default if you have only one modem. Click
the information you entered or selected. If there
are mistakes, click Back to correct
them. If all the information is correct, click
this new connection file within your Dial-Up Networking
folder. You can access it from your Dial-Up Networking
folder or you can drag this to your desktop. (If you drag
it to your desktop, click Yes when asked if
you want to create a shortcut to your desktop).
the iPass Dial Wizard
If the iPass Dial Wizard is installed on your computer
and you wish to reinstall a newer version, it is
recommended you first delete the old files and icons
before performing the new installation.
How to Remove the iPass Dial Wizard from Your Computer
Start - Settings - Control Panel. Double
Click on Add/Remove Programs in the
Control Panel folder.
the Add/Remove dialog, scroll down
to iPass Dial Wizard and double click
on the selection.
confirmation will appear, select Yes
to confirm the removal. Click Okay
on the progress dialog when it completes.
Please find below three points that you should check
before you travel.
the Dial Wizard before roaming
Follow the instructions for installing the iPass
Dial Wizard and test its operability before you
begin traveling. We also recommend you set up
alternative access numbers before you begin
roaming (this is a precautionary measure as some
access points can occasionally be unavailable).
modems functioning worldwide
Many countries have different telecommunications
laws and practices. Check with your modem
supplier to ensure your modem will be compatible
with the phone systems in the country where you
are traveling. Many of the older modems are not
compatible from country to country. Make sure you
have all compatible electrical power adapters
needed for the country where you are roaming. For
some comprehensive information about
international phone systems, please see:
your Dial Wizard
Before you begin roaming, consult with your home
Internet service provider to make sure you have
the most recent release of the iPass Dial Wizard.
This will ensure you have the current access
numbers before you roam. iPass adds new phone
This service is brought
through our partnership with iPass
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