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Bypass IP TMG

Posted on 2013-01-31
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Hi guys
i want to configure my proxy tmg to permit a specific ip to not use a proxy.
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Question by:godinhadas
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FYI

Bypassing Forefront TMG for Web proxy client requests
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc441482.aspx
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It would be useful to have a brief context to the question as we would not want to be seen to be circumventing security. Your question title is bypass TMG which is very much different to not use the proxy service on the TMG.

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Hi Keith
I get your explanation my really problem is that we have machine that we need to active windows and the internet is by proxy.
so it no active
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