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Host file problem

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#1 ijeevan


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Posted 03 March 2005 - 12:00 AM

Hi - We have Squid Proxy in our environment and all the client machines are Win XP proffosional. Few users have some modification on their host file and when they to browse host file does not resolve when proxy settings are enabled on Internet Explorer. If they by pass the proxy, host file is resolved. Can anyone help in providing solution for this. Thanks.

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#2 The Trip

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Posted 03 March 2005 - 11:39 AM

Here is a neat little program created by bleepingcomputer's on and only raw (hes a Global Moderator).
It is called hostsfix, it sets your host file back to windows xp default
heres the link


All credit goes to raw.....none to me.

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