Connection Established in MS-DOS Session Is Not Reconnected

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When you establish a network connection in an MS-DOS session (using the NET USE command), the connection is not reestablished when you restart Windows 95.


This behavior is by design. Network connections established in an MS-DOS session are not persistent connections.


To create a persistent connection, create the network connection using the Map Network Drive command in Windows Explorer. When you create the connection, click the Reconnect At Logon check box.


Article ID: 135665 - Last Review: September 27, 2013 - Revision: 1.1
  • Microsoft Windows 95
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