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Hi all
i want to do this via group policy
i want one username if he is login from some group of computers to put proxy1 at IE for internet , and if he is login from another group of computers will put proxy2 for internet , i see that proxy configuration via GP is at user configuration but i will apply the policy at group of  computer accounts , and the computer configuration at GP does not have any settings for proxy , can you help me .
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I want to say that solution accepted above not solve my problem , the problem solved by applying the article below step by step :
http://searchenterprisedesktop.techtarget.com/expert/KnowledgebaseAnswer/0,289625,sid192_gci1277560,00.html 
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