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    cachepilot/proxy server

    Before LEA installation of cachepilot in the school all internet traffic went through ISA proxy. Now i need to direct all traffic through the cachepilot and whilst it is possible to manual change IEv6 LAN connection settings on each computer or use a group policy for XP computers, the setting do not hold. Once a new user logs on the old LAN CONNECTION connections seeting are applied.

    Anyone know how to "force" the new LAN connection settings?

    Group policy has been updated on server ( windows 2003)

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    Sounds like it could be a profile issue to me. Have you tried removing the cached profiles from the PCs?

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    If you have mandatory profiles, then there is and issue with the processing order for the proxy. Often the profile will overwrite the one set in the gpo. Make sure you have no proxy set when you create a mandatory profile. Took me ages to spot as the only differance in my settings was a proxy exception for a local server.

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    Could you not modify the Computer Configuration of the relavent policy to Make Proxy Settings per machine rather than per user and then just reboot machines?

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    thanks, i will try to delete all profiles on computers. and gpo is set per machine not user. will gpo work onthe nt 4 pc's? - we have over 200

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    No it wont your easiest way would be to incorporate a regedit in a login script in that case.

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    Why not just use Group Policy User Configuration to set the proxy?

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    ... because he has 200 NT machines . He would have to use an old style policy.

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    mmmmmm poledit

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    could you use cachepilot as an upstream proxy in isa? Then you wouldn't have to change all the settings and could retain some control through ISA.

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    I would definately use the cachepiloit as an upstream proxy.

    You could then also use the IEAK to redistribute IE and the new settings?

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    thank you - all views noted..... if i used cachepilot as upstream proxy - am i not creating an extra un-needed link.?

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    Re: cachepilot/proxy server

    Yes but in the grand scheme of things it will make it easier for you and wont make any difference to you connection speed.



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