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internet explorer connection settings disapear in internet properties

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i have ie7 and when i want to check my connection settings or change the connection settings i cannot see this option in internet properties..
i think the technician has made the sbs 2003 server as proxy server
how i can change this option in my connection settings to change it from prxy connection to automatic
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by:Kamaraj Subramanian
ID: 24086271
check the pic

then you need to choose internet options -> connections -> lan settings

thanks
kamaraj.s
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by:Kamaraj Subramanian
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forget to attach the pic..

here it is


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by:mayank_chaudhary
ID: 24086292
Start > Run > Type in Regsvr32 urlmon.dll
Click Ok
When you receive the "DllRegisterServer in urlmon.dll succeeded" message,
click OK.
Retry opening Internet Options and go to connections tab at the top and now try

Hope it works. IN case it does not perform a system restore and run a spyware scan on the PC. Good anti-spywares are Super Antispyware, Adaware and spybot,

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by:Kamaraj Subramanian
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if you need it as vbscript to change then save the below code with vbs extension then double click it

change the following code

    strProxyServer  = "MyProxySvr:80"
    strProxyOveride = "*.domain.com;*.domain2.com;*domain3.com"

    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyServer",strProxyServer,REG_SZ
    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyEnable",1,REG_DWORD
    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyOverride",strProxyOveride,REG_SZ
    wscript.echo "Proxy Enabled" & vbcrlf & "(" & strProxyServer & ")"

to set the proxy details.

This script is used to switch on and off the proxy settings


Const HKCU=&H80000001 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER
Const HKLM=&H80000002 'HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
 
Const REG_SZ=1
Const REG_EXPAND_SZ=2
Const REG_BINARY=3
Const REG_DWORD=4
Const REG_MULTI_SZ=7
 
Const HKCU_IE_PROXY = "Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet
Settings"
 
Set oReg=GetObject("winmgmts:!root/default:StdRegProv")
 
Main
 
Sub Main()
 
' If Proxy is set then turn it off
If GetValue(HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyEnable",REG_DWORD) = 1 AND
Len(GetValue(HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyServer",REG_SZ)) > 0 Then
    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyEnable",0,REG_DWORD
    wscript.echo "Proxy Disabled"
Else
' If Proxy is not set then turn it on
 
    strProxyServer  = "MyProxySvr:80"
    strProxyOveride = "*.domain.com;*.domain2.com;*domain3.com"
 
    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyServer",strProxyServer,REG_SZ
    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyEnable",1,REG_DWORD
    CreateValue HKCU,HKCU_IE_PROXY,"ProxyOverride",strProxyOveride,REG_SZ
    wscript.echo "Proxy Enabled" & vbcrlf & "(" & strProxyServer & ")"
End If
 
End Sub
 
Function CreateValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName,Value,KeyType)
     Select Case KeyType
          Case REG_SZ
               CreateValue = oReg.SetStringValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName,Value)
          Case REG_EXPAND_SZ
               CreateValue =
oReg.SetExpandedStringValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName,Value)
          Case REG_BINARY
               CreateValue = oReg.SetBinaryValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName,Value)
          Case REG_DWORD
               CreateValue = oReg.SetDWORDValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName,Value)
          Case REG_MULTI_SZ
               CreateValue =
oReg.SetMultiStringValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName,Value)
     End Select
End Function
 
Function DeleteValue(Key, SubKey, ValueName)
     DeleteValue = oReg.DeleteValue(Key,SubKey,ValueName)
End Function
 
Function GetValue(Key, SubKey, ValueName, KeyType)
 
    Dim Ret
 
          Select Case KeyType
               Case REG_SZ
                    oReg.GetStringValue Key, SubKey, ValueName, Value
                    Ret = Value
               Case REG_EXPAND_SZ
                    oReg.GetExpandedStringValue Key, SubKey, ValueName, Value
                    Ret = Value
               Case REG_BINARY
                    oReg.GetBinaryValue Key, SubKey, ValueName, Value
                    Ret = Value
               Case REG_DWORD
                    oReg.GetDWORDValue Key, SubKey, ValueName, Value
                    Ret = Value
               Case REG_MULTI_SZ
                    oReg.GetMultiStringValue Key, SubKey, ValueName, Value
                    Ret = Value
          End Select
 
     GetValue = Ret
End Function

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by:asaidi
ID: 24087098
Hi mayank_chaudhary and itkamaraj:

no it is not working ,i cannot see my connection settings in internet properties option
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