Windows XP - RAS and SAPI

  Cecil1 21:36 07 Oct 03
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What are RAS and SAPI in the Windows XP registry please?

  mark500 22:17 07 Oct 03

Remote Access Services (RAS) is the Windows service that handles dial-up networking connections via modem. RAS is installed by default on most Win9x machines. On NT machines, however, RAS is not installed until you add a modem device to the system configuration. On Windows 9x, dialup-networking automatically starts when an application attempts to connect to a remote machine. Under Windows NT, however, this does not occur and it's up to the user to explicitly dial with RAS.


SAPI is something to do with Microsoft? speech I believe.

  wiznyme 23:10 07 Oct 03
  Cecil1 15:28 08 Oct 03

Thank you Mark 500 and wiznyme. Most helpful.

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