How to setup proxy settings when staff move MAC between home and work networks.


We have staff that bring their personal MacBook and connect to our organisation network. We setup proxy’s settings when they connect their MacBook to our network.
When they take it home they must come out of the proxy. Every day they have to keep entering the proxy settings with user name and password when they connect their MAC book to our network.

Is there an easy way of doing setting up, so need not to keep typing the proxy settings every day when they are at work place.
If there is way, please post me some tutorials.
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You can setup network locations in OSX, which can all have completely unique network settings, from static IPs to Proxies. The user can then change their location instead of manually changing settings.

See the link below for more info:

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