When you are using the Windows NT RASDIAL utility to dial an entry from the remote access service (RAS) phone book (Windows NT 3.51) or dial-up networking (Windows NT 4.0), the following error message will be returned if the entry name contains a space or spaces:
Error 623 - Cannot find the phone book entry
RASDIAL reads the name entered at the RASDIAL command until it finds a space. For example, if you have an entry in your RAS phone book called MY ISP and you attempt to dial it using RASDIAL by entering the following command: RASDIAL MY ISP, you get the error 623. This is because RASDIAL tries to dial an entry in your RAS phone book called MY.
Put quotation marks around the dial-up entry name; for example:
RASDIAL "MY ISP"
Id. de artículo: 170134 - Última revisión: 10/31/2006 - Revisión: 1