How to cinfigure automatiic configuration script.

I want to place a proxy server script for all user when they sign-in to  the desktop.
elleb789Asked:
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pwindellCommented:
What proxy server?
Does it follow the WPAD protocol standards?
What does the proxy documentation say?

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yousef_adCommented:
add the script below in text file and name it wpad.dat then add it in web server
then add 252 option in DHCP server and add the URL of the wpad file
add the 252 option in ur scope


function FindProxyForURL(url, host)
{ if (isPlainHostName(host))
return "DIRECT";
else
return "PROXY ur .proxy .server:8080";
}
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pwindellCommented:
add the script below in text file and name it wpad.dat then add it in  web serverthen add 252 option in DHCP server and add the URL of the  wpad fileadd the 252 option in ur scope

Depending on the exact proxy being used,...this could be completely wrong.  You are muddying the waters by posting this without first finding out exactly what product is being used.
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elleb789Author Commented:
I don't hav access to our servers , this is local to my pc. I want to setup a command or rule in the registry that places a proxyscript in the automatiic configuration script so everytime someone new logins in to the pc they are prompted to login when the type a url address.
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pwindellCommented:
Just give the users instruction to enter it in manually themselves.  It is a simple one-time thing,..not rocket science.

The correct way to automate it is to use WPAD (the best way) or to use a Group Policy (not quite the best way).   Both of which require that you are the guy in charge and running the system,..hence have access to the Domain Controller.
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