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How to create a group policy for IE pointing to proxy and port please help i have no clues as to what i should do. Many many thanks

Posted on 2007-11-16
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We recently joined Star web browsing filtering. I am asked to create a group policy for IE pointing to the proxy and port.
I have never done this before is there any ways you can help me.
I will appreciate what ever script or knowledge. I have opened port 3128.
I am not good with scripts. Please help and how i should go about this in Active Directory.
I am from a AS 400 maintenance Background have no knowledge of group policy or script

This is what i should do

2:     Configure the browser to redirect all HTTP traffic directly to the web services proxy:
        If Browsing from Europe:
        Web Security Services Proxy Address: proxy1.eu.webscanningservice.com
        Web Security Services Proxy Port: 3128

        If browsing from America:
        Web Security Services Proxy Address: proxy1.us.webscanningservice.com
        Web Security Services Proxy Port: 3128


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by:Hypercat (Deb)
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The group policy settings for IE proxy are in the Internet Explorer Maintenance section of the group policy console (User Configuration/Windows Settings/Internet Explorer Maintenance).  If you right-click on that object and click Help, there's pretty complete information there on how to use this group policy.
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you may also apply your current IE settings to users' group policy there
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