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    I've been trying to add in a website into the 'bypass' list in the CC3 MMC. All ok with the MMC i can see the site added fine.

    However i'm still getting blocked and I wondered where this was set in the 2003 AD GPO.

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    @Theblacksheep:

    Would that be in the RMMC configuaration settings>internet and E-mail settings> under proxy in the drop down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bossman View Post
    @Theblacksheep:

    Would that be in the RMMC configuaration settings>internet and E-mail settings> under proxy in the drop down?
    Hi Bossman, thanks for the reply, yeah thats the one...

    My boss here just found it on establishments/properties/admin templates/research machines/proxy server
    Although adding it in didn't work.

    I added the same address local on the machine through tools/options/connections/lan settings/advanced
    I cant do this for the students as they cant access this setting on the brower.
    Do i need to wait for replication in order to pass this down to the clients?


    FYI: I'm using a web browser to connect to the VMware View VDI connection server to get access to desktops on the VMware hosts.
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    You could force it on the workstation by running the command line gpudate /force

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    grrrr, didnt work after the reboot

    We do have 8 DCs any chance its not replicated across that yet?

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    I find that the RMMC config for bypassing proxies does not work. After modifying the GPO directly, however...it did.

    Since then, I havn't bothered with that funcionality of RMMC.



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