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Not working the intranet url's if we adding the exception list in Internet Explorer proxy section if we configured proxy on internet explorer.

We need to restrict internet sites using internet explorer however we need to allow the intranet site.

Please help me to achive this. Kindly share the steps or links so that we will configure the same in group policy.
thyagarajan santhanamAsked:
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
set "bypass proxy server for local addresses" in GPO and it should work

here is link how to do it
https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/askie/2015/10/12/how-to-configure-proxy-settings-for-ie10-and-ie11-as-iem-is-not-available/

make sure whatever you configure in GPO, it should turned into green as mentioned in blog, else it won't work
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thyagarajan santhanamAuthor Commented:
Please let us know any other way to achieve this (Using group policy any other settings)
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
this is the only setting to be configured from GPO as far as I know
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thyagarajan santhanamAuthor Commented:
Apart from group policy  any other settings to restrict some url's  and allow some url's. If group policy settings there it would be great,


Thank you.
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MaheshArchitectCommented:
this requirement is different than original question

GPO can be used to allow / disallow some URLs
http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2010/07/how-to-use-group-policy-to-allow-or-block-urls/

however its advised to use native network proxy solution instead of GPO to allow / whitelist URLs
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