Forcing web traffic to use proxy - bypassing proxy for all other data RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have 20 clients that need to very limited access to the Web via MS TMG.  We recently went live with a product hosted by another organization (shared services agreement & we are dependent on it).  Application will not work if we have proxy configured in our LAN settings on these clients (vendor has confirmed their app will not work with a proxy).  But with no proxy defined, our internet resources are completely unavailable.

    Long story short, how can I configure these clients to access the web resources without specifying a proxy.  I've attempted to configure a PAC file for the couple of sites they need but didn't have much luck w/that (also not sure if that's best practice).

    Not really sure if WPAD is a solution.  Thanks in advance.

    Tuesday, October 30, 2018 3:46 PM

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  • I always use DHCP for WPAD


    But this option must always be activated(for static ipaddresses, you use the second option), if it is disabled the users could access any websites 

    (inetcpl.cpl---lan configuration)


    I'm looking at another way to force and is using a list of addresses in your tmg rule

    If a user is deactivating the check in ncpa.cpl, they will not be able to navigate

    Thursday, November 1, 2018 8:35 PM