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Windows XP DLL File Information - rasdlg.dll

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General Information

File Description: Remote Access Common Dialog API  
File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-0852)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft Windows Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - There is no any other DLL in system32 directory that is statically linked to this file.
File Size: 643 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 36
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 36

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 326,144 Bytes 49.5% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x00051000 4,608 Bytes 0.7% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00053000 304,640 Bytes 46.3% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x0009e000 22,016 Bytes 3.3% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

rasdlg.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when rasdlg.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, rasdlg.dll won't be loaded.


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 21 62,220 Bytes 9.4%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 4 94,562 Bytes 14.4%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 126 79,404 Bytes 12.1%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 543 54,748 Bytes 8.3%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 1 677 Bytes 0.1%
All Others 1 920 Bytes 0.1%
Total 696 292,531 Bytes 44.4%

Icons in this file

There are 21 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 200 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
102 Alternate Phone Numbers
103 Network Connections
104 Line Bundling Errors
105 Advanced Security Settings
106 Connection Complete
108 Change Password
109 Change Password
110 Callback
111 Error Connecting to %1
112 Automatic Dialing And Hanging Up
113 Connecting %1...
114 Dial-Up Networking
115 Connect %1
116 Connect %1
117 Connect %1
118 Connect %1
119 Connect %1
121 ISDN Configuration
122 ISDN Configure
125 Modem Configuration
126 Select Network Component Type
127 NetWare or Compatible Connections
128 Manual Dial
129 Network Protocol Connection Result
133 X.25 Logon Settings
146 Autodial
147 Dialing
148 Callback
155 General
156 General
157 Appearance
158 Appearance
162 Security
165 Networking
167 Options
168 New Connection Wizard
169 Phonebook
170 Phonebook
173 Dialing
174 Router
181 Security
182 Security
186 New Connection Wizard
498 Connect %1
500 Connect %1
502 PPP Settings
509 New Connection Wizard
528 Connections
532 Router Callback
534 Options
539 Connect %1
540 Connect %1
541 Connect %1
544 New Connection Wizard
545 New Connection Wizard
547 Demand Dial Interface Wizard
551 Connect %1
552 Connect %1
553 Connect %1
554 General
555 General
556 Program Settings
557 Service Settings
558 Programs
559 Services
560 Initial Connection
567 New Connection Wizard
568 General
569 Security
570 IPSec Settings
571 Security Logging
572 ICMP
574 Advanced
577 New Connection Wizard
1420 Connect %1
1421 Connect %1
1422 Connect %1
1425 General
1426 Options
1428 New Connection Wizard
1436 General
1448 Network Connections
1469 New Connection Wizard
1480 Phone Number Editor
1481 New Connection Wizard
1660 Internet Connection Firewall
7000 General
7005 Callback
7010 General
7016 Incoming TCP/IP Properties
7025 Incoming IPX Properties
7033 Incoming Protocol Properties
7035 Networking
7042 Users
19900 Dial-Up Networking

String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
187 &No, do not dial
188 You (or a program) have requested information from %1. Which connection do you want to use?
189 Add Alternate Phone Number
190 Dial only first available device
191 Dial all devices
192 Dial devices only as needed
193 Enter a user name and password with access to the remote network domain.
194 Network Address Translation (NAT) is currently installed as a routing protocol, and must be removed before enabling Internet Connection Sharing. To remove Network Address Translation, open the Routing and Remote Access Manager snapin and expand the router's entry in the left pane. Delete the Network Address Translation routing protocol from the list of IP routing protocols.
195 The area code must contain only the digits 0 to 9.
196 The entry name must contain at least one non-blank character and cannot begin with a period. Choose a different name.
197 You must choose a value from %1 to %2 for this field.
198 The custom authentication configuration DLL could not be loaded. Make sure the custom authentication package is correctly installed.
199 The connection selected was established by the Multiprotocol router. Please use the 'Routing and RAS Admin' tool to hang up the connection.
200 Comment
201 The custom authentication package configuration failed.
202 TCP/IP is not installed or is disabled for Routing and Remote Access. In Control Panel, start Network, go to the Services page, choose 'Routing and Remote Access Service' Properties, and press the Network button.
203 IPX is not installed or is disabled for Routing and Remote Access. You can install/enable IPX by viewing the properties of any connection in "Connections" folder.
204 Remove the selected device(s) from the list?
205 Delete %1 from the phonebook?
206 Disconnect from %1?
207 A file named %1 already exists. Overwrite it?
208 Syntax errors were found in the script. Do you wish to view the error log?
209 '%1' is now connected.
210 Right-click the Dial-Up Networking Monitor on the task bar to hang up or check the status of your connection.
212 Connected successfully.
213 The custom authentication method selected must be initialized by pressing Properties.
215 Dial-up shortcut files (*.rnk)
216 *.rnk
217 Create Dial-Up Shortcut
218 Link to %1 failed. Reconnect pending...
219 Cannot retrieve framing information.
220 Cannot retrieve port information.
221 Cannot retrieve projection information.
222 Cannot load connection list.
223 Client:
224 Details
225 Device:
226 Network:
227 (not connected)
228 &Connect...
229 Hang &Up
230 Dial-up Connection
231 Modem configuration set to defaults
232 COM1
233 Remote Router
234 Modem or device
235 Please enter a username for this interface's account on the remote router.
236 An entry named %1 already exists. Choose a different name.
237 You may want to allow sending your password without encryption.
238 Password Encryption
239 The wizard is ready to create your connection.
240 Finished
241 Phone &number:
242 Call Me Back At
243 Edit Alternate Phone Number
244 Since this connection is currently active, some settings will not take effect until the next time you dial it.
245 There are no connections available to all users. You must logon before dialing.
246 The phonebook is empty. Press OK to add an entry.
247 Due to import/export restrictions, data encryption is not available in this version of Windows.
248 Please enter an X.25 address on the next screen.
249 Error %1: %2
250 %1 Error %2: %3
251 %1 Error %2: %3 Diagnostic: %4
252 %1 Error %2: %3 Fail Code: %4
253 %1 Error %2: %3 Press F1 for more information.
254 %1 Error %2: %3 Name: %4
255 %1 %4
256 %1 Error %2: %3 Response: %4
257 Fail Code: 0x%1
258 Name: %1
259 %1 CP reported error %2: %3
260 %1 CP connected successfully.
261 You can choose which dial-up protocol to use.
262 Choose Dial-up Protocol
263 Press Finish to save '%1'.
264 netcfg.hlp
265 &Move successful number to the top of the list on connection
266 &New phone number:
267 &Phone numbers:
268 Phone Numbers
269 You may enter a fixed IP address.
270 IP Address
271 The Internet protocols (TCP/IP), are not installed or are disabled for Remote Access. In Control Panel, start Network, go to the Services page, choose 'Remote Access Service' Properties, and press the Network button.
272 TCP/IP
273 IPSec, default policy
274 IPX/SPX or compatible
275 (the current location)
276 ISDN
277 All available ISDN lines multi-linked
278 64K Digital
279 56K Digital
280 56K Voice
281 You may need a special procedure before connecting.
282 Choose Logon Options
283 %d%%
284 Phone number for %s
285 &New location:
286 &Locations:
287 Locations
288 This is the device that will be used to make the connection.
289 Select a Device
290 Multiple Lines cannot be bundled unless you are calling a PPP server.
291 Modem
292 The modem is not installed.
293 Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption, 128 bit RSA/RC4
294 Microsoft Point-to-Point Encryption, 40 bit RSA/RC4
295 Multiple Lines
296 (Press Configure to set)
297 You may enter fixed DNS and WINS addresses.
298 Name Server Addresses
299 Down-level RAS
301 PPP multi-link
302 SLIP
303 NetBEUI
304 A personal phonebook has been created and initialized with the contents of the system phonebook.
305 No alternate phonebook is selected.
306 That device cannot be dynamically configured.
307 The entry cannot be deleted because it is connected.
308 No entry is selected. Press the New button to create an entry.
309 A non-zero IP address must be supplied when 'specify an IP address' is selected.
310 An X.25 Address is required when an X.25 dial-up network or X.25 device is selected.
311 (none)
312 '%1' is already in the list.
313 Secure my password and my data
314 The %1 protocol cannot be selected because it is not installed or is disabled for Remote Access. To change, in Control Panel start Network, choose Services page, Remote Access Properties, and press the Network button.
315 Cannot save password.
316 Cannot display data.
317 Cannot get auto-dial information.
318 Cannot load dialog.
319 Cannot disable shared access.
320 Cannot load property page.
321 Cannot load phonebook.
322 Cannot load RAS Manager port information.
323 Cannot read user preferences from registry.
324 Cannot load script information.
325 Cannot view script.log with notepad.exe
326 Cannot edit switch.inf with notepad.exe
327 Cannot load TAPI information.
328 Cannot load X.25 information.
329 Cannot create new phonebook.
330 Cannot enable shared access.
331 Cannot connect the phonebook entry.
332 Cannot get send/receive buffer.
333 Cannot get status information for a port.
334 Cannot retrieve protocol information.
335 Cannot receive buffer from device.
336 Cannot send buffer to device.
337 Cannot retrieve data.
338 Cannot save TAPI information.
339 Cannot save data.
340 The script has halted.
341 The script has halted due to an error. Do you wish to view the error log?
342 Cannot set auto-dial information.
343 Cannot delete saved password.
344 Cannot write phonebook.
345 Writing preferences to registry
346 Cannot write the shortcut file.
348 What is your ISP's phone number?
349 Phone Number to Dial
350 The Password and Confirm password fields do not match.
351 The New Password and Confirm New Password fields do not match.
353 Phonebook files (*.pbk)
354 *.pbk
355 Open Phonebook
356 Clone Phonebook Entry
357 Edit Phonebook Entry
358 New Phonebook Entry
359 Phone number
360 Phone numbers
361 Network Connections
362 You must select at least one network protocol.
363 Before you can call PPP servers you must install a network protocol with the Control Network applet.
364 &New prefix:
365 &Prefixes:
366 Phone Number Prefixes
367 One or more requested network protocols did not connect successfully.
368 Press Accept to use the connection as is, or Hang Up to disconnect.
369 Point-to-point protocol settings to use when %1 initiates a demand dial connection on interface %2:
370 [To change the saved password, click here]
405 NetBEUI protocol is required to call older RAS servers.
406 Before you can call older RAS servers you must install the NetBEUI protocol. NetBEUI can be installed with the Control Panel Network applet.
407 &Redial
408 You have chosen to disable one or more transports. Doing so requires the routing managers and routing protocols for the disabled transports to be removed from this demand-dial interface. Click Yes if you want to conti nue, or No if you want to re-enable the transports.
409 Internet Connection Sharing
410 Demand-dial interface dial-in account.
411 You now need to set the dial-out credentials that interface '%1' will use when connecting to the remote router. These credentials must match the dial-in credentials configured on the remote router. When connecting to a Windows NT4/2000 router, the user name must also match the interface name of the remote router.
412 mpradmin.hlp
413 &Move successful number or address to the top of the list on connection
414 &New phone number or address:
415 &Phone numbers or addresses:
416 Numbers and Addresses
417 PPP: Windows 95/98/NT4/2000, Internet
418 None
419 SLIP: Unix Connection
420 All devices connected.
421 Receiving registration result...
422 Sending callback information...
423 Sending new password...
424 Calculating link speed...
425 Checking authentication status...

COM Classes/Interfaces

There is no type library in this file with COM classes/interfaces information


Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
DwTerminalDlg GetRasDialOutProtocols RasAutodialDisableDlgA
RasAutodialDisableDlgW RasAutodialQueryDlgA RasAutodialQueryDlgW
RasDialDlgA RasDialDlgW RasEntryDlgA
RasEntryDlgW RasMonitorDlgA RasMonitorDlgW
RasPhonebookDlgA RasPhonebookDlgW RasSrvAddPropPages
RasSrvAddWizPages RasSrvAllowConnectionsConfig RasSrvCleanupService
RasSrvEnumConnections RasSrvHangupConnection RasSrvInitializeService
RasSrvIsConnectionConnected RasSrvIsServiceRunning RasSrvQueryShowIcon
RasUserEnableManualDial RasUserGetManualDial RasUserPrefsDlg
RasWizCreateNewEntry RasWizGetNCCFlags RasWizGetSuggestedEntryName
RasWizGetUserInputConnectionName RasWizIsEntryRenamable RasWizQueryMaxPageCount
RasWizSetEntryName RouterEntryDlgA RouterEntryDlgW


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: