Windows-95 Configuration

Internet Explorer, MS Exchange, and Dscript Tools
Setup for Windows 95

INDEX
  1. Verifying and/or Installing Windows 95 Internet Components
  2. Configuring Windows 95 Dial-up Networking Connection
  3. Installing the Internet Explorer ver 2.0 and Dscript Tools
  4. Configuring Internet Set-up Wizard and Dscript Tools
  5. Configuring Internet Explorer and the Microsoft Exchange In-Box



  1. Verifying and/or Installing Windows 95 Internet Components:
    1. Click Start, click settings, and then click Control Panel.
    2. Double click on the Add/Remove Programs icon within the Control Panel and click on the Windows Setup tab.
    3. Under Components, double click on the Communications component, make sure Dial-up Networking has a check in its box to the left, click on the box if it does not have a check, and click the OK button at the bottom of the communications window.
    4. Next, double click on the Microsoft Exchange component, make sure both Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Mail Services are checked, and click on the OK button at the bottom of the Microsoft Exchange Window.
    5. Click on the OK button at the bottom of the Add/Remove Programs window.
    Configuring Windows 95 Dial-up Networking Connection:
    1. If the Control Panel is still open on the desktop, skip to the next step or click Start, click settings, and then click Control Panel.
    2. Click twice on the Network icon within the Control Panel.
    3. At the configuration screen click the add button and choose adapter, then click the add button again. Scroll down the list on the left and click the Microsoft entry. On the right, make sure dial-up adapter is highlighted also and click the OK button.
    4. At the configuration screen, click the add button again and choose protocol, then click the add button again. Click Microsoft on the left side and click TCP/IP on the right side, then click OK.
    5. Back at the configuration screen under "At the following network components are installed:", click on Client for Microsoft Networks entry once and click the remove button. Click on Client for Netware Networks entry once and click the remove button. Click on IPX/SPX-Compatible Protocol entry once and click the remove button again. Click on the NetBeui entry once and click the remove button again.
    6. Click on the TCP/IP entry once and click the properties button. At the IP Address tab click "Obtain an IP address automatically". Then, click on the Wins Configuration tab and click "Disable WINS Resolution". Then, click the Gateway tab and under the new gateway field enter "206.154.12.1" and click the add button so that 206.154.12.1 appears in the installed gateways box. Next, click the DNS Configuration tab and click Enable DNS. In the host box enter "ecsis", in the Domain box enter "ecsis.net", and in the DNS search order enter "206.154.12.1" then click the add button. Click the OK button at the bottom on the left.
    7. Back at the configuration screen under "At the following network components are installed:", click on the dial-up adapter entry and click the properties button. Click on the bindings tab and make sure there is a check mark in the TCP/IP box. When TCP/IP binding is verified click the OK button at the bottom on the left.
    8. Click the OK button at the bottom on the left and click yes to Do you want to restart your computer.
    Installing the Internet Explorer ver 2.0 and Dscript Tools:
    1. After the computer reboots, put the Microsoft Internet and Dscript Tools floppy into the 3 1/2" floppy drive.
    2. Double click on the My Computer icon on the desktop. Double click on the 3 1/2 floppy [A:] icon. Double click on the msie20 icon.
    3. Click on the yes button when the message "This will install the Internet Explorer 2.0. Do you wish to continue?" appears.
    4. Click on I agree at the Internet Explorer License agreement box. At the Browse for folder window highlight the [C:] entry and click on the OK button. If a previous version of Internet Explorer has not been installed in your system, a browse for folder window will appear on your desktop. Click the [C:] and click the OK button.
    5. Click on OK to the Internet Explorer 2.0 Update is complete. If the the installation of the Internet Explorer returned the message The installation of Microsoft Internet Explorer completed successfully only, skip step # 7. If it returned with Restart your system to complete installation also, include step #7 in your installation procedure.
    6. Next, close the 3 1/2 floppy [A:] box by clicking on the [X] button in the right hand corner of the box. If the My Computer window is open also, close it by clicking on the [X] button.
    7. Shutdown the system by clicking on the start button, click on the shutdown option, choose the restart the computer option, click on the yes button, and remove the floppy out of the A: floppy drive.
    8. When your system reboots, click the Start button then choose settings and control panel. Now, Choose the Add/Remove programs icon within the control panel. Click on the Windows Setup Tab and put the Internet Explorer 2.0 and Dscript tools floppy back in the 3 1/2" floppy drive. Click on the have disk button. Click on the browse button. Double click on the Dscript folder, make sure the rnaplus.inf file is highlighted and click on OK. Click on the OK button at the install from disk window. **Click on the box to the left of the "Slip and Scripting for Dial-up Networking 0.2MB" so that a check appears in that box**. Click on the install button. Click on the OK button at the Add/Remove program properties window.
    9. Close the control panel by clicking on the [X] button in the top right hand corner.
    Configuring Internet Set-up Wizard and Dscript Tools:
    1. Now, click on the on the start button, choose Programs, choose Accessories, choose Internet Tools, and then Internet Setup Wizard.
    2. At the Internet Setup Wizard click on the next button:
      1. Choose I already have an account with a different service provider and click the next button.
      2. At the "Do you want to use Microsoft Exchange to send and receive Internet Mail?", Click the yes button and Click the next button. The Installation program will ask for the Windows 95 CD or floppies at this point. Insert the Windows 95 CD now and click the next button (If you the floppy version of windows 95 click the Next button and it will instruct to insert the appropriate floppy to continue with the installation).
      3. At the Name of Service Provider window, type "CSS" and click the next button.
      4. At the area code and telephone number window, enter "901" in the area code box and 836-0191 in the telephone number box. **Make SURE that bring up terminal window after dialing is not checked and click next**.
      5. At the username and password window, enter your own respective information provided by CSS and click the next button.
      6. At the IP address window, click on the option My Internet Service Provider automatically assigns me one and click the next button.
      7. At the DNS Address window, enter "206.154.12.1" in the DNS server box, leave the Alternate DNS server blank, and click the next button.
      8. At the Internet Mail window in your Email address box, enter your "username@ecsis.net". In the Internet Mail server box, enter "206.154.12.1" and click the next button.
      9. At the Exchange profile window, make sure the profile used is either MS Exchange settings or Internet Mail settings. Also, make sure there is a check in the box to the left of Use this profile when starting Exchange by clicking on it if it is unchecked and click the next button.
      10. Click the finish button.

    3. Click on the Start Button, choose programs, choose accessories, and choose Dial-up Scripting Tool. On the left side of the Dial-up scripting Tool window make sure CSS is highlighted. On the right side of the window, click on the browse button, click on the Ecsis entry and click the open button. Make sure that step through script and start terminal screen minimized do not have a check in their boxes by clicking on the box to remove the check mark. Along the bottom of the Dial-up Scripting Tool window click the apply button and then click the close button.
    Configuring Internet Explorer and the Microsoft Exchange In-Box:
    1. Double click on The Internet icon on the windows Desktop. In the connect to box, enter your username and password in the appropriate boxes and click on the connect button. The connecting window will change to dialing and around a minute later the Running C:\Program Files\Accessories\Ecsis.scp window will appear and you will not have to enter anything. The program will connect you to CSS automatically.
    2. After you have connected to CSS and the connection to CSS window has minimized, drag your mouse up to the address box under the button bar in the Internet Explorer, click on it, and erase whatever is in that box and enter "http://css.ecsis.net", and press the enter key. When the CSS homepage appears on the screen, drag your mouse to the view menu option and click once. Click on the options entry, then click on the start and search pages tab, click on the use current button, and click on the OK button at the bottom of options window.
    3. Drag your mouse up to the address box again, click on it, erase everything in that box and enter "http://www.yahoo.com" and press the enter key. When the Yahoo home page appears on the screen, drag your mouse to the view menu option and click once. Click on the options entry, then click on the start and search pages tab, click on the down arrow beside the start page, click once on the search page entry so it appears in the box where start page was, and click the use current button. Next, click on the news tab, click on the box to the left of use Internet Explorer to read Internet newsgroups so that a check appears in the box. In the News server address: enter "news.ecsis.net". In the posting portion in the name box, enter your full name and in the Email address:, enter your username@ecsis.net. Now Click the OK button at the bottom of the options window.
    4. Minimize the Internet Explorer by clicking on the [_] button at the top right hand side of the Internet Explorer window.
    5. Double click on the In-box icon on your Windows Desktop. At the Inbox - Microsoft Exchange, click on the view menu option and click on the folders entry.
    6. Next, click on the tools menu option and go down and click on the options entry. Click on the play sound entry if you have a sound card, click on the briefly change pointer box, and click on the display notification box. You should have a check mark in those three boxes when your are through. In the when starting Microsoft exchange portion of the General tab, make sure the always use this profile: is selected so a dot is in the box to the left and the profile in the box should either be MS exchange Settings or Internet Mail Settings. Next, click on the services tab under the following information services are set up in this profile:, highlight Internet Mail and click on the properties button.
    7. Now either verify that the correct information is present or enter the appropriate information by: entering your "full name" in the full name box, enter your "username@ecsis.net" in the E-mail address box, enter "206.154.12.1" in the Internet Mail server box, enter your username in the Account name box, and enter your account password in the password box. Now, click on the connection tab in the Internet Mail window. Make sure connect using the modem has a dot in the box to the left and CSS is in the dial using the following connection box. Next, click on the box to the left of work off-line and use remote mail to remove the check mark in the transferring Internet mail portion of the connections window. Click on the apply button at the bottom of the Internet mail window and then click on the OK button to the left.
    8. Click on the OK button at the Configurations changes will not take effect until the next time you log on to Internet mail. Click on the OK button at the bottom of options window. Close the In-box - Microsoft Exchange by clicking on the [X] button in the upper right hand corner of the window.
    9. Now, drag your mouse down to the task bar and click on the Microsoft Internet Explorer button and you are ready to surf!