Oh yes, you're right -- what was I thinking? I remember
having a problem like this a while back, and I think it
was some sort of outbound firewall that was active on
only the dialup. Maybe ZoneAlarm?

> Hmm. But windows firewall does not really block any outbound
> requests. It only blocks servers ... correct me if I'm wrong.
> Thursday, April 13, 2006, 10:14:59 AM, you wrote:
>>> Is there any chance that THttpCli doesn't work on dialup connections?
>>> In one of our (remote) environment, the user has a dialup connection.
>>> While he can browse with no problems with IE, httptst sample returns
>>> an error of "Failed: 404 Connection timed out (Error #10060)" with any
>>> web site. HttpTst sample works fine on highspeed on the same PC.
>>> Any idea why this is happening?
>> Maybe Windows Firewall is active on the dialup but
>> disabled on the highspeed connection? Open the WF
>> control panel and look on the Advanced tab page.

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