ctooley at joslyn.org
Wed Jun 21 17:26:09 GMT 2000
This assumes you are using Linux as your PROXY, MS-PROXY doesn't
necessarily do this the same way.
Pieter Grimmerink wrote:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba-ntdom at samba.org [mailto:samba-ntdom at samba.org]On Behalf Of
> George Terziysky
> Sent: woensdag 21 juni 2000 16:01
> To: Multiple recipients of list SAMBA-NTDOM
> Subject: Logon Scripts
> >Exactly for IE, I'd like to set:
> >server: name.domain.com
> >port: xxxx
> Sorry, this reply is completely off topic, I know.
> What I do to avoid making settings on the workstations is
> using a transparent proxy for port 80.
> All outgoing traffic to port 80 is redirected to a local port,
> (requires transparent proxy support in the kernel)
> running a transproxy daemon, which rebuilds the URL by adding
> the hostname to the request, and then consults the proxyserver.
> This is really transparent to the clients, and does not require settings
> on the workstations.
> Best regards,
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