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    could you not write a small script that resets the proxy settings whilst they are at home?

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    No Access HTTPS

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    Well yes, but I have no idea where to start for this, don't understand why RMsyncronise has this effect. Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzard View Post
    could you not write a small script that resets the proxy settings whilst they are at home?
    Or setup a pac file.

    Basically if your ip is in the school range use the proxy server, if not, go direct.

    Setup an internal only facing webserver, lob it on, change your iexplorer (whatever) to use it. When you go home, you can't see it, so it goes direct. When your at work, it uses it.

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    No Access to https:

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    At the moment staff go to the tools settings in connections and untick 'use proxy sever' when they are at home, this for the most of them works fine, but this is problem unless rmsyncronise is installed on the laptop the browser will not let them access any https: web sites.

    This is needed to access easylink and other important https: web sites. See the dilema now.....

    David Williams

    Sorry made a mistake - RM syncronise has to be installed for access to https: away from the school site. This is what RM say anyway. I will try your suggestions and let you know. Cheers
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    If they do that, then try (fail), then close IE, then re-open, has it the box re-ticked it self?

    I would try Firefox, just to see if it is an IE settings or a Windows\proxy setting

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    We had a similar problem to this when some of our laptops randomly mapped a users home directory incorrectly (our users AppData folder is held within their home directory).

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    Cool

    Hi all, we get this sometimes at the college, it looks like to local gpo gets corupted. i just run a fix script on the ones that playing up.

    secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\repair\secsetup.inf /db secsetup.sdb /verbose

    Give that a go, i hope this helps.

    Ezza

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