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Hi,

Is there any way in Microsoft deployment tool kit to add proxy setting in IE. I want my internet explorer to have proxy address after deploying the image.
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I don't have experience with Microsoft deployment tool kit but to put in the proxy setting, wouldn't it be easier to create a GPO to accomplish this?
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The short answer to your question is yes. until the last year or so, we've used the IEAK to distribute modified versions of IE.  I can't remember exactly where in the wizard it is, but you can most definitely set  proxy settings. However, the GPO is about as good as running the IEAK.
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I am trying to figure this out for long time, Is there any articles for this?
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Look thru this... seems to be pretty full featured.  I just haven't run the wizard in a year or two and don't remember where it is.

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/browser/bb219517.aspx
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