Windows Thread, Proxy settings not applying to all users on new image. in Technical; Hi all,
Hae created a new image for some new computers we've bought in. I've set the Proxy settings for ...
26th August 2010, 04:44 PM #1
Proxy settings not applying to all users on new image.
Hae created a new image for some new computers we've bought in. I've set the Proxy settings for the Administrator however when new domain users log onto the new computers they don't get any proxy settings.
In the past all we've done is changed the Proxy settings for the Administrator and they've applied to all users who log onto workstations built with this image. But not this time for some reason.
Can anyone suggest anything at all?
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26th August 2010, 04:57 PM #2
Is there a Group Policy setting conflicting proxy settings? Could you push out the settings to domain users via the policy instead?
Thanks to SteveBentley from:
Sam_Brown (26th August 2010)
26th August 2010, 05:54 PM #3
I know the boss has been completely rewriting out GPs this holiday but he's off for a week now and not back until Wednesday. One day before the kids return!!!
Basically I didn't want to image 80 machines only to realise I screwed something as basic as the proxy settings up and then rush to get them all done again the day before the kids come back! If the proxy settings can be pushed out via GP then I'll let him sort it out when he returns as I've not much experience in that side of things and I don't want to mess up whatever work he's already started!!!
26th August 2010, 07:09 PM #4
Proxy settings should come from the GPO, not the local machine. You can try RSoP to see which GPOs are applied to that machine to see where the conflict might be.
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