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    Ahh, yeah if you have settings in that area of Group Policy then you would need to use a machine that still has IE9 on it to view and edit the policy. Otherwise you would be looking at doing all of your IE proxy settings using GPP

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    The irony is, the rest of the school is running IE9. A visiting tech must have installed IE10 on the server. LEA came in and installed a Smoothwall kit, changed the proxy settings but didn't include the bypass for local addresses. I try to update the GPO and find IE Maintenance section gone. Oh well, all sorted now.

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