I need to build what I would think would be a simple proxy auto-config file. Basically I need it to set a proxy server for ONLY HTTP traffic when a computer is in our office (how can we do that test?) & then set it to direct when out of the office.
In the near future I may have a need to throw in an alternative proxy server (ie - try in-office proxy then try outside proxy, then direct).
Does anyone have any helpful tips on how to do this? I have never worked with PAC files before. I thought I had it correct, but the computer defaulted to direct.
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