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winsock proxy vs proxy in IE

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Hi guys,
I created a ASP page that
1. users can run when WinSock proxy are using (ie's one is unchecked)
2. users can't run when WinSock proxy are using (ie's one is checked)
3. users can't run when WinSock proxy are not using (ie's one is checked)
4. users can't run when WinSock proxy are not using (ie's one is unchecked)

So, what is the difference between winsock proxy client and the proxy
setting in browser (IE)?

why the page won't run when the proxy setting in browser was checked?

Thx
Jul 22 '05 #1
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Configuring Internet Explorer to use proxy server has never been easier:

If you want to configure it from command line, look at:
http://ieproxycfg.50webs.com/index.html
and if you are looking for UI approch, look at:
http://ieproxycfg.50webs.com/proxychain.html

C'ya

lin
Apr 2 '06 #2

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