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Disable all remote proxies from Admin mode

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Hi Experts,

I am running win xp prof (sp2), with one Admin account and one User account.
Is there any way, in which (all) remote online proxies can be disabled from Admin mode, such that when the user browses the net he can only go directly to websites but totally avoid the use of going through any type of online proxy?

Note: I use the Zone Alarm Pro Firewall, if this helps in any way at all?

Thanks,
Neville
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No not really. External proxies are just like web sites and to a large extent are beyond your control. The only way I can think of to block them is to add them to the restricted sites in IE.
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Ok, i get it.

Thanks,
Neville
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