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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Create a new GPO called Proxy Settings (Registry) I call it.

    Open the policy and navigate to: User Config > Preferences > Windows Settings > Registry

    Copy the following screenshots, but just change the proxy name and exceptions as required

    Attachment 19039
    Attachment 19042
    Attachment 19045

    Now link the GPO and it should add proxy settings in for IE10
    Thx, work for me on windows server 2008 r2

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    No probs, glad it helped

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    What a PITA

    Running 2012r2 and Windows 7 on the desktop with the latest adm files
    Done a test in a room of 20 machines, to IE10 via WSUS, and the proxy stops applying.
    So had crated a Proxy specific GPO
    Set the IE10 GPP and still nothing for the proxy
    Used the reg key system, and it worked, but the "Use proxy server setting became un-ticked"
    So had to change the GPP to have the proxy ticked, and now it seems to work.

    One question, how will this work in a mixed mode (IE9 and 10) till I roll over fully to IE10 ?

    I take it the GPP still controls IE, just the reg key fixes that bit ?

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    What a PITA

    Running 2012r2 and Windows 7 on the desktop with the latest adm files
    Done a test in a room of 20 machines, to IE10 via WSUS, and the proxy stops applying.
    So had crated a Proxy specific GPO
    Set the IE10 GPP and still nothing for the proxy
    Used the reg key system, and it worked, but the "Use proxy server setting became un-ticked"
    So had to change the GPP to have the proxy ticked, and now it seems to work.

    One question, how will this work in a mixed mode (IE9 and 10) till I roll over fully to IE10 ?

    I take it the GPP still controls IE, just the reg key fixes that bit ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by internetuser View Post
    What a PITA

    Running 2012r2 and Windows 7 on the desktop with the latest adm files
    Done a test in a room of 20 machines, to IE10 via WSUS, and the proxy stops applying.
    So had crated a Proxy specific GPO
    Set the IE10 GPP and still nothing for the proxy
    Used the reg key system, and it worked, but the "Use proxy server setting became un-ticked"
    So had to change the GPP to have the proxy ticked, and now it seems to work.

    One question, how will this work in a mixed mode (IE9 and 10) till I roll over fully to IE10 ?

    I take it the GPP still controls IE, just the reg key fixes that bit ?
    If this is what you mean........ on the image below you will see the green lines and red lines if on your settings the lines are red it means it is not activated and will not apply the GPO. what you have to do is select the proxy and press F6 to turn it from red to green and it become activated. I had to do this on the proxy address and bypass proxy. gpupdate /force on server and client side and worked no problems.


    group_policy.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by internetuser View Post
    What a PITA

    Running 2012r2 and Windows 7 on the desktop with the latest adm files
    Done a test in a room of 20 machines, to IE10 via WSUS, and the proxy stops applying.
    So had crated a Proxy specific GPO
    Set the IE10 GPP and still nothing for the proxy
    Used the reg key system, and it worked, but the "Use proxy server setting became un-ticked"
    So had to change the GPP to have the proxy ticked, and now it seems to work.

    One question, how will this work in a mixed mode (IE9 and 10) till I roll over fully to IE10 ?

    I take it the GPP still controls IE, just the reg key fixes that bit ?
    Using my GPO method, it'll work for IE8, IE9, IE10 and IE11. They all share the same registry entries.

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    Michael do you have a fix for setting home page ?

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    The proxy order is important, 1 proxyenable 2 proxyoverride 3 proxyserver

    also stop using GPP internet settings, it's probably confusing things, if you look at the XML of the GPP IE settings you can see it does exactly what the registry settings do, just with less reliability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busby View Post
    Michael do you have a fix for setting home page ?
    User Config > Admin Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer - Disable changing the home page settings - Enabled

    Specify your URL and that's it.

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    Why use a homepage? I don't supply a link to IE anymore but instead a shortcut to my homepage, that opens IE.

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    Just need to do a simple reg hack thingie,

    Create a Internet Settings config for IE8 Then change this:

    type="VERSION" gte="1" min="8.0.0.0" max="11.1.0.0" lte="0"/></Filters><Properties><Reg

    Internet Explorer 11 Group Policy Preferences

    There you go! ^^^ Working for me, across IE9-11 with Forced Restrictions and proxy settings.

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    We are having a really weird problem... Im thinking of moving to a hosted wpad.dat file...

    With IE10 we use a proxy.pac configuration file "Use automatic configuration script" section. When we set this up in the preferences IE10 section (and made sure it was underlined green) this worked and it applied but more and more we are finding that even though it is ticked and the correct path to the proxy.pac is filled in, it just isn't getting applied. If we untick the box and then tick it again It starts to work....

    Ive used a GPO registry method mentioned earlier to set the proxy instead of the pac method as IE falls back on the bottom proxy settings if the top config section isn't applied... very weird
    Last edited by burgemaster; 14th March 2014 at 07:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgemaster View Post
    We are having a really weird problem... Im thinking of moving to a hosted wpad.dat file...

    With IE10 we use a proxy.pac configuration file "Use automatic configuration script" section. When we set this up in the preferences IE10 section (and made sure it was underlined green) this worked and it applied but more and more we are finding that even though it is ticked and the correct path to the proxy.pac is filled in, it just isn't getting applied. If we untick the box and then tick it again It starts to work....

    Ive used a GPO registry method mentioned earlier to set the proxy instead of the pac method as IE falls back on the bottom proxy settings if the top config section isn't applied... very weird
    You could in theory deploy the proxy.pac via another registry GPP as a suggestion. It's all in the same place within the registry, so not too difficult to work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgemaster View Post
    We are having a really weird problem... Im thinking of moving to a hosted wpad.dat file...

    With IE10 we use a proxy.pac configuration file "Use automatic configuration script" section. When we set this up in the preferences IE10 section (and made sure it was underlined green) this worked and it applied but more and more we are finding that even though it is ticked and the correct path to the proxy.pac is filled in, it just isn't getting applied. If we untick the box and then tick it again It starts to work....

    Ive used a GPO registry method mentioned earlier to set the proxy instead of the pac method as IE falls back on the bottom proxy settings if the top config section isn't applied... very weird
    You could in theory deploy the proxy.pac via another registry GPP as a suggestion. It's all in the same place within the registry, so not too difficult to work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    This works great but its broken our locally hosted VLE

    How do I get the "bypass proxy server for local addresses" check box to be ticked?

    I know I can explicitly bypass it with the name but I would like to bypass all local addresses.
    I could not find the answer on this thread, but did find it on this one. Tested and works across IE9, 10 and 11.

    Bypass proxy for local addresses

    Thanks for everyone on this thread. Got me out of a hole.

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