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Posted on 2013-02-04
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I have a default Domain GPO complete with Proxy settings in it.  I've created another GPO just for the Proxy setting.  My issue is I can't get the proxy setting out of the Domain Policy.  If I uncheck the box for the proxy setting then the policy comes down without the proxy settings box checked for the user.  How do I delete the proxy settings from my Default Domain Policy so I can user my proxy settings in the new GPO?
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not sure I follow, in the default domain policy, erase all references to the proxy, then uncheck the box.

apply your new gpo and it should work fine.
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OK I wanted to make sure I could just do that.  thanks.
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Suliman Abu Kharroub earned 2000 total points
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Uncheck proxy settings from default GPO.

Go to client machine, run gpupdate /force...make sure that there is no errors on log file.

check proxy setting if it was applied... you can use group policy modeling wizard if it is 2008+ DC.
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