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Websence / ISA server as a proxy server

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I have a question We are using Websence / ISA server as a proxy server for our network.  We need to force our users to use the proxy server, however we also need them to be able to connect to the internet using their home internet connections as well.  When we lock the setting in the GPO, they cant change it at home, when we unlock it they can choose to bypass the proxy on the local computer.Any answers?
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Kamran Arshad earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Your proxy should be setup as a transparent proxy.


GatewayRouter--->Proxy--->Lan

Your proxy server would be having two NICs.
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