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    Multiple proxy settings (im on CC3 network)

    Hi,

    I have now got the censornet server working how I need it to be. I was wondering if I can test it out on like 10 computers. I don't want to put it into the global settings in RMMC for the whole school. Even when I do roll it out properly I only want to student computers to go through the new proxy and not staff workstations or laptops.

    Thanks for any help you can offer.
    Glenn

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    Re: Multiple proxy settings (im on CC3 network)

    Do you have Type Manager linked in with the RMMC? If so you could create a custom usertype configured with the new proxy, and assign that to certain users to test out.

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