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Huck dhuckaby at paasda.org
Wed Aug 29 22:34:52 UTC 2007

what I ended up doing for a solution
was creating an 'autoproxy by URL' file..

say google.pac...and using that as the proxy option.
so it happens automatically for "https" sites...and non-https sites 
still go DIRECT.



Barry Cisna wrote:
> Huck
> For what you are trying to accomplish, try just whitelisting the https:
> site(S) you are trying to get to,( if you are using DG for filtering)such
> as:
>  https://www.google.com/accounts/*
> I'm not sure this will let that https site even come through? I'll have to
> think on how I setup our DG here to resolve this little delima?
> Also I'll look back many moons as I posted a how to on how to hard code
> the proxy for ALL users,in their browser and also makes the entries to add
> a manual proxy "greyed out".
> This is something to try. Sorry I cant remember the particulars right now.
> I'll post up when I remember ASAP!
> Take Care,
> Barry Cisna
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