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how sharepoint server connects to internet

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For example if i add a rss feed to sharepoint site, how sp connects to internet. How can i set proxy etc.
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If you add an RSS web part to a page, it will connect via the end users connection.
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What about other web parts that connect to Internet. Do they also use the end user connection?
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Yep.
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