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lync 2013 proxy pac file

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Hi,

Having issues with the Lync 2013 client and a proxy pac file...

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/116f29e7-6930-4e85-bced-a588bbfb25a7/lync-2013-client-doesnt-read-proxypac-file-lync-exclusions?forum=lyncinterop

in the above article the person mentions the WinHTTP and how it evaluates the proxy exceptions prior to the Lync client starting.

Could someone elaborate?
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What issues are you having?
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by:Satyendra Sharma
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How is your pac file configured based on the IP subnet or the url's?
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my issue is that the Lync client won't read the exceptions - i have tried many variations of this pac file.  I have had to revert to using the exceptions in Internet explorer
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The Lync client cannot read exceptions from a proxy pac file
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