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fuwath
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« on: November 28, 2008, 12:23:22 AM »

Alright, here's the low-down of what I'm trying to accomplish.
We have proxy setup on the network to gain access to the internet. Internet options is not accessible to view what the automatic configuration script is set to. Is there an alternate way to view what is currently entered into the automatic configuration script text box without having to actually go into IE options? Also, the computer has limited rights making it impossible to access windows explorer. I'm leaning towards possibly a web application that can read the contents of the IE options fields or something similar. Cannot install software on computer again due to limited rights on it. Any feedback on how this can be achieved would be great.
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« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2009, 05:44:10 PM »

internet. Internet options is not accessible to view what the automatic configuration script is set to. Is there an alternate way to view what is currently entered into the automatic configuration script text box without having to actually go into IE options? Also, the computer has limited rights making it impossible to access windows explorer. I'm leaning towards possibly a web application that can read the contents
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