RAS callback interval

Hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Key: SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RemoteAccess\Parameters
Name:
CallbackTime
Type: REG_DWORD
Value: 2-12
seconds

Sets the time interval that the server waits before
calling the client back when the Callback feature has been set. Each client
communicates the value of its own callback time when connecting to a Remote
Access server. This value can be found in the Modem.inf file for the client. If
this value is not communicated (that is, if the client does not communicate a
value for the callback time, as with Remote Access version 1.0 and 1.1 clients),
then the value of the CallbackTime parameter becomes the default. Default=2
seconds.

RAS Tips:

Alert – Win98 2nd Edition now supports 128-bit encyption
Q244214
Auditing
Autodisconnect interval
Callback interval
Determine in Logon Script Whether Client Is
Connected by RAS or LAN

Disable
DUN’s Save Password option

FAQs: Dial-Up Networking and RAS Questions technote Q162293

Log connections
log PPP connections
Max unsuccessful logon attempts
Max time limit to successfully logon

NetBIOS gateway
Prevent connections from closing when logging
off

Remove Dial-up Logon Checkbox

Rings, Control number of rings
before RAS server answers

Troubleshooting PPTP Connectivity Issues in Windows NT
4.0
Q162847
User Cannot Log On to LAN Because of RAS Logon Failures
Q177125

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