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Proxy uncheck in IE

Proxy uncheck in IE

Proxy uncheck in IE

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Hi guys, im all new to this, here is our issue:

We run through a proxy (Blue Coat) when on LAN so under IE that setting is checked.

When on wireless we use a unified agent that does the proxy/firewall for us.

This script that I've found/combined does 2 things:

1st) when it detects a lan cable has been plugged in (via events) it automatically turns wifi off and checks the proxy setting in IE.

2nd) when LAN is unplugged it turns back on wifi, and uncheck the proxy setting. This is where im having issues. Im not sure where to put the 2nd dwvalue at in the code.

Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.

RE: Proxy uncheck in IE

Can you post your code inside a code window instead of as an attachment?

I hope that helps.

Regards,

Mark

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