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have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

(OP)
I've configured the proxy server but the client is having trouble get throught the proxy.
Message is the page cannot be displayed.
If I start the default website service, a message of Http error 403.6 Forbidden: IP address rejected.


Thank for any inputs


RE: have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

Did you allow that user permissions to access the internet?

RE: have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

(OP)
Yes Tool,
All users have permissions.
But I am using RAS dial up now until the ADSL is put in, no problem from the server side going into the web.

Thanks

RE: have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

This is a long shot but try this. Go to the "Internet properties" and "Connection" Tab. Next click the "LAN Settings" button. In this dialog box there are serveral boxes checked, uncheck them all and click "OK". Try accessing the internet now. Did you set up the permissions using the "Everyone" group under the "Security" option in the web proxy properties?

Tool

RE: have trouble with client connect to internet throught the proxy server

(OP)
Tool,

I've added Everyone, domain users, domain admins, and myself with full access rights, nothing works.
I am thinking of re-installing proxy over again. See if I did something wrong during the installation process.

Thanks

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