Windows 8.1 RTM no automatic internet connection

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by ultimate_live, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. ultimate_live

    ultimate_live MDL Addicted

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    Hi.
    I was using Windows 8. My internet is "Radio" using a Bullet which is connected to my PC. So, I create a new Broadband connection (PPPOE) unde Windows. After creating it, I put the "service" and manually connected to the internet. But after restarting, and loggong into my account it shows me a windows where I had to put login and password, and I also marked "automatic connection when login, and worked fine.
    After installing Windows 8.1 Preview it seems that it was removed. Because after creating a new connection and restarting my computer, there isn´t any window anymore to create my automatic connection. I can connect only manually clicking on the Icon on tray.
    I thought that this option of windows 8 would be back on final release, but it wasn´t.
    How can I can configure my computer to connect automatically after login to my account, because I don´t like to connect all the times manually.
     
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  2. ultimate_live

    ultimate_live MDL Addicted

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    Can someone help me ?
     
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  3. murphy78

    murphy78 MDL DISM Enthusiast

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    You could probably accomplish what you're trying to do using a cmd script, then schedule the script to run onlogon using the task scheduler.
    I don't know the commands for those connection things or even if what you're trying to do is already supported, sorry...
     
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    pisthai Imperfect Human

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