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How To Set Up Proxies

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#1 johan01


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Posted 17 September 2007 - 05:27 PM

Hey I wanna set up proxies in my system.When I browsed the net the general method of setting up the proxy by
Internet options -> connection -> lan settings-> enable proxy way does not work for me .When I open IE it says error 404

I just wanna know if it requires permission from ISP provider or any particular software...

Have anyone tried setting up proxies pls let me know how.

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#2 TMacK


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Posted 21 September 2007 - 12:22 AM

When I open IE it says error 404

Depending on the site, you may get a browser error saying 404 page not found or a friendlier message from the site itself.
They both mean the URL you’ve typed doesn’t link to a page.
Check your typing and try .htm instead of .html. If you followed a link there, go back and see if you can find another way in. If all links give you "not found" there’s an error on the site and you might want to email them about it.
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