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Group policy proxy settings on laptops

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I have an ISA server that I just use as proxy.  I enforce this via group policy, because using the .pac file on the dns servers cause too much of a delay for corporate.  Now, here is my problem, when users of laptops go home, there pc's are still looking for the isa server and can not find it therefore, they can not browse the net at home.  How can I avoid this for the lappys?  I was thinking I could put something on a log off script, but have never really messed with log off scripts.  If the logoff script is the best way to do this, could you explain or link me ot a reference?  IF its not the best way, what is and how can I i implement this?
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A log off script will not work if the user puts their laptop in to suspend and then takes it home.

Simon.
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That obviously wasn't a solution.
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I'm sorry no expert commented on this or offered any help.
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I have a paid subscription, so I don't know why there has to be volunteers.  If you read the question his response in no way address my problem.  And to not simply delete this question could lead others awry.
That's all I am saying.  I may not have time to respond sometimes, and as a paying customer that should be my right, unless I missed something under the TOS about being required to respond to answers that in no way encapsulate my problem.
Thanks!
-Chip
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