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Gateway & proxy settings through GPO [message #290997] Mon, 19 October 2009 15:20 Go to next message
NeWGeeK  is currently offline NeWGeeK  Malta
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Gateway & proxy settings through GPO

Hi all

I am running Windows 2000 Server. I want to know how I could enforce all
clients to change their gateway to a different IP than the existing one, and
also how to disable the proxy setting in IE and dont allow users to change
it.

This is basically due to a new installation of a web content filter in the
company. Previously we used a proxy server and now I am using a multihomed
server.

Your help is greatly appreciated!
Re: Gateway & proxy settings through GPO [message #291370 is a reply to message #290997] Mon, 19 October 2009 23:50 Go to previous message
meiweb  is currently offline meiweb  Germany
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Hello Paul,

See my reply in microsoft.public.windows.group_policy and please avoid multiposting,
use crossposting with a newsreader like outlook express or any other newsreader.
This way all newsgroup will have the complete posting with all replies added.

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> Gateway & proxy settings through GPO
>
> Hi all
>
> I am running Windows 2000 Server. I want to know how I could enforce
> all clients to change their gateway to a different IP than the
> existing one, and also how to disable the proxy setting in IE and dont
> allow users to change it.
>
> This is basically due to a new installation of a web content filter in
> the company. Previously we used a proxy server and now I am using a
> multihomed server.
>
> Your help is greatly appreciated!
>
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