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Enforce Proxy GP for 2 seperate Proxy Servers

Posted on 2006-06-28
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Our company has 2 locations.  The 2 offices are connected via VPN (ISA2004 to ISA2000).  There is only one domain.  Primary Domain Server is in the main office along with a secondary domain controller.  A secondary controller is also located in the remote office.  How do I configure a GP(s) to force all the client workstations to use the appropriate proxy server  (main users to main proxy and remote users to remote proxy).  Currently, there is a GP under default domain policy/user configuration/internet explorer maintenance/connection/proxy settings.  In that setting I have exceptions defined for the remote IP addresses (10.1.2.*).  But that does not seem to be working properly as the GP seems to be applied to the remote workstations. The GP does work for the main office workstations.
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As you have two sites connected via a vpn, under AD sites and subnets, do you have the two sites and two subnets defined?  I would take these GPO settings out of the default domain policy, and add these settings to a new GPO attached to each site.  This would let you specify the correct Proxy server to use, for the correct site (and subnet).  
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we do not have 2 sites and 2 subnets.  I am researching how to configure 2 sites/2 subnets and I will try your suggestion.
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