Help, I get no 'do you want to disconnect' prompt when leaving Internet Explorer. I cannot get to the 'advanced dial up' dialogue box where I want to check the usual "disconnect when connection may no longer be needed" box. The previous connection tab is O.K. under Internet Options but when you click on settings the advanced button is greyed out and seems to be disabled. Does anyone know why?
Hi.if your'e using dialup try Internet Explorer/Tools/Options/Connections/Settings/Properties/Dialling, then tick 'Disconnect when connection not needed'or try Add/Remove Progs/Internet Explorer/ Add/Remove, & choose the Repair option. cheers
Are you looking at the correct 'Advanced' button? When you click on the Settings button the window then displayed has three sections. On my system the middle one (Proxy Server) has a greyed out Advanced button, but the bottom section (Dial-up settings) has an operational 'Advanced' button
Nosmas is correct, look for the "Advanced" button toward the bottom right of window, under "dial-up settings"
Click on that one and the window you want will open on top of the one that is already open, but it's only half the size and covers the top half of the current window. That's why It's easy to miss. You will see the box to tick from there. j.
Yes, I've had another look and it is the correct advanced tab i'm looking at. As well as the advanced tab being greyed out so is the 'User name' and 'Password' (next to it) and 'domain'. The only thing not greyed out is the properties button all under Dial up settings.