How to enter Win2000 Group Policy for Connections Proxy exceptions

Posted on 2004-11-17
Last Modified: 2013-12-04
Win2000 server; In active console to set up a group policy; "internet explorer/connection/proxy settings"  This seems to work fine except for the "exceptions".   IP addresses beginning with "10.1.2" should not be part of this policy.  I entered the "Beginning with" ip address in the exceptions.  But, this is not working.   How do I specify the exceptions "beginning with" ip addressed?
Question by:drest
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    you should insert 10.1.2.*
    it's working for me

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