Choose Disable changing proxy settings from the Administrative Templates setting. Thanks for the prompt response. Hope this helps anyone else. At the bottom, click on the Advanced button. The methods described here do not apply to local user accounts. In January 2016 it was announced that support ends for all old versions of Internet Explorer.
Depending on what version of Windows Server you run will determine how you implement the proxy settings. Did I jack something up? For more information see Per User Applying proxy settings on a per user basis means that the proxy settings follow the user regardless of what computer they use. Test it out first though to make sure you don't need an anti-policy to disable the lock down in case it follows the profile. All users that log on to those machines won't be able to change the proxy settings, but in theory it shouldn't affect other machines. It is now much easier to disable proxy or configure any proxy settings via the Settings app in Windows 10 as compared to the proxy settings in Internet Explorer. I have years of experience in design, analysis, operation, and optimization of infrastructure solutions for enterprise-scaled network.
Unfortunately the value you pointed out is not the one you are after, that only grays out the box itself therefore disallowing changes. Although you can enter your proxy details in Internet Explorer as suggests, this will only work for certain applications mostly Windows apps, but Google Chrome uses these settings. What happens is you usually have a Internet explorer maintenance setting that you use to configure things like the Proxy settings. The only way I can connect to the internet now is using the ethernet cable. What I'm interested in is that second paragraph: If you enable this policy, users cannot set user-specific proxy settings.
They must use the zones created for all users of the computer. Now, whatever you set the proxy to while logged in as the administrator will be set for any user accounts on the machine. Not the answer you're looking for? Would you like to answer one of these instead? This wikiHow teaches you how to change the settings of a to which you're currently connected. Is there any way to accomplish what I want to do? The way I normally get to proxy settings in Windows 8+ is Ctrl+X-C for Command Prompt or Ctrl+X-A for Admin prompt and execute inetcpl. Any help would be great Thanks James. Adding the rule also works with streaming turned on.
If you want it to apply to all computers on the domain and for all users, then add the Domain Computers and Authenticated Users groups, respectively. Malicious programs or incorrect software installation may cause changes in the proxy settings in Windows 10. I figured out that part, but I can't login to each workstaion locally as the admin and make the changes. It says: Applies proxy settings to all users of the same computer. Jump to 4 if a the lookup was successful. You can usually find the information that you need to connect to your selected proxy on the proxy's information page. This should disable any proxy settings and set it to automatically detect settings.
This applies the settings per-user. If so, you can try setting the user policy on each machine locally gpedit. You can do this on the desktop version of most browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer, and Safari, as well as in your iPhone or Android settings. Server 2008 and above One of the new Group Policy features in Windows Server 2008 allows you to apply Custom registry settings. To enable all setting on current tab, press F5. .
I didn't see that setting until yesterday. I've looked through similar questions here in the community but the answers do not seem to be relevant to my situation. If you require this sort of thing, a dedicated proxy server such as would be more appropriate. However, I am still having a problem with the proxy setting being changed intermittently, including while I am on the internet and at startup. This policy is intended to ensure that proxy settings apply uniformly to the same computer and do not vary from user to user. I presume this means that you want all users in a physical location to use a proxy server in that location.
Is there a fix for this? I want the user to beable to go to any machine and get internet access, except for a select few machine, I want to block internet. But, I am not a security admin for my company. I restart laptop 3 , no internet connection, proxy setting has been turned on, I turn it off. I am not responsible for any damage this script may cause. I understand the inconvenience caused, n ow that you have me with you let me take care of this. This is useful if clients are frequently connecting to the internet from outside the domain where the configured proxy setting may not be relevant, or when a site needs to be quickly added to the exception list. Now, whatever you set the proxy to while logged in as the administrator will be set for any user accounts on the machine.