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    Hi, I want to deploy a GPOL to my domain. The policy is related to Internet Explorer and the
    Menu Tools/Internet Options/Connections/Lan Settings/
    and the option "Use Automatic Configuration Script"

    my config script is:
    http://PROXY:80/array.dll?Get.Routing.Script

    and it's and ISA Server 2000

    But i Cant find that section on the GPOL....or am i looking at the wrong section?

    thanks,

  • #2
    Why would you use an autoconfiguration script deployed by GP??

    Why not set the settings from the autoconfig script in GP in the first place? The location you are looking for is User Configuration > Windows Settings > IE Maintenance > Connection Settings
    Server 2000 MCP
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    • #3
      In our domain, security roles are very segmented. I am in charge of the ISA Server but i am not in charge of add/del/mod group policies.
      We are in a 10.x.x.x network and recently we must give access to an intranet located at the 172.x.x.x network. The easiest way I have found is to modify in the ISA server what addresses are not to be proxied. By using the autoconfig script these settings are sent every 60 minutes to the client stations.
      If I ask logical security to change "things" in the policies, it can take more than a week because these kind of things are not urgent.

      Sounds logical? maybe a better way to do it?

      Thanks for your response,

      Erick

      Originally posted by tonyyeb
      Why would you use an autoconfiguration script deployed by GP??

      Why not set the settings from the autoconfig script in GP in the first place? The location you are looking for is User Configuration > Windows Settings > IE Maintenance > Connection Settings

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      • #4
        And it's not only logical, it's also the right way to do it if you need anything a bit more compicated than just pointing the client to a proxy.

        This is a common practice in some rather large environments where you do not want every http request to go to your proxy. The autoconfig script will contain the exceptions and is much more flexible...
        Guy Teverovsky
        "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"

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        • #5
          Then, were do i put it?

          Originally posted by guyt
          And it's not only logical, it's also the right way to do it if you need anything a bit more compicated than just pointing the client to a proxy.

          This is a common practice in some rather large environments where you do not want every http request to go to your proxy. The autoconfig script will contain the exceptions and is much more flexible...

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          • #6
            This helps ?
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            Guy Teverovsky
            "Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface"

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            • #7
              Originally posted by tonyyeb
              The location you are looking for is User Configuration > Windows Settings > IE Maintenance > Connection Settings
              Server 2000 MCP
              Development: ASP, ASP.Net, PHP, VB, VB.Net, MySQL, MSSQL - Check out my blog http://tonyyeb.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                Excellent,

                Many thanks,

                Originally posted by guyt
                This helps ?

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