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Internet Explorer toggle button for Proxy server enable/disable

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I am looking for a way to add a button into Internet Explorer that will allow the laptop users in our company to quickly and easily enable or disable the proxy server setting in internet explorer.

I know the registry key location for this and have made simple batch files to turn it on or off with the reg command, but would prefer to make this as easy as possible for them.

What are my options?
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charliebiscotti earned 750 total points
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Theres good instructions on how to create a custom IE button here:
http://www.windowsdevcenter.com/pub/a/windows/2005/04/26/ie_buttons.html

Hope it helps.
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That is basically what I wanted to do, thank you for your help.
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