Proxy setting not applying after upgrading to IE10 via GPO

Hi,
This morning I have upgraded to Internet Explorer 10 from IE8. Client machines with IE10 (with Windows 7 Enterprise x64) no longer able to see the proxy settings. Machines with the IE8 or 9 have no problem.
Obviously something wrong or needs to be done for Internet Explorer 10.
How can I fix that issue?
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sumeshbnrCommented:
Have you set proxy settings through registry or group policy ? or automatically without any forcing?

see this if you are using automatic settings http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj851199.aspx

Try to set though registry  as a last resort (make registry backup through system restore point before doing this as a safety measure http://babyraj.com/how-to-restore-windows-from-a-restore-point/ )

http://babyraj.com/how-to-change-proxy-settings-in-ie-through-registry/

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Life1430Commented:
Please understand that if we want to configure GPP settings for IE10 on a Windows Server 2008 or R2 DC, we should install RSAT on Windows 8. For details, please refer to the following articles.
 

Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, and Windows Server 2012 (dsforum2wiki)
 

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/2202.remote-server-administration-tools-rsat-for-windows-vista-windows-7-windows-8-windows-server-2008-windows-server-2008-r2-and-windows-server-2012-dsforum2wiki.aspx


http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sv-SE/winserverGP/thread/d42f3ee4-4c52-42a3-b02a-803b91f2d3a8
teomcamAuthor Commented:
Removed the IE10. I cannot waste that much time to follow ridicilous new ways for a unimportant browser. Thank you guys for your help.

Regards
MadweoCommented:
If you need to change your proxy settings trough GPO with a windows server 2008 R2 DC, after installing IE 10, one easy way, is to update the registry.

GPO Settings :

User Config, Windows Settings, Registry

You have to add 2 value on the same  key : HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings

ProxyEnable (REG_DWORD) 1
ProxyServer (REG_SZ) proxy server name:port


if you need to add one or more address for proxy override:

ProxyOverride (REG_SZ) ip adress or hostname, seperate with ;
cgieliamCommented:
Found a methode to do it with the GPO. It's all about in which order you fill the proxy options.

This is the order:
• Check "Use a proxy setting for...".
• Press F5.
• Check "Bypass proxy for local.."
• Click the "Advanced.." Button
• Fill in your exceptions.
• Check the "Use the same proxy for all protocols" button.
• Click "OK".
• Fill in the IP and Port of your proxy server.
• Click "OK"

In this order eveything is filled in. Only problem is that you never can go back to the Advanced.. screen. If you do so the proxy's IP en Port will be cleared again.

So the only way to add something to your exceptions is to make a ne w rule for IE10 in same order as written above.

Hope this will help you!
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