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I found an old script that had the following line in it.

Run('rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL inetcpl.cpl,,4')

It basically opens up the Internet properties with the connection tab open.

My question is how? How do I read about what function does what? For example, if I wanted to open the programs tab instead?


Well after fiddling around a little bit I descovered that the "4" in the code, when changed to "5" opens the programs tab.

Is there a book, webpage, something out there that will help me understand this better?


Found a very useful page, http://www.tburke.net/info/rundll.htm

Any other useful resources would be awesome.

Edited by erbailey

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This is Microsoft Windows related question.

So look at sites about Windows tips & tricks

or look at Microsoft developer network: MSDN

EDIT: and of course use Google for your keywords --> RUNDLL32 inetcpl.cpl

Here is nice link

Edited by Zedna

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