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Proxy Error Msg

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#1 redjeep


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Posted 01 April 2010 - 08:43 AM

Alright so here is the deal ill try and make it as brief as i can. I joined a website when i was at a hotel room, i was able to log into the website no problems and all was right in the world. When i got home and i tried logging in i noticed the website doesnt allow "Anonymous Proxy users" (apparently someone trashed their website and they are now carefull with who they let join). So i go to my IE tools, go to connections and Lan settings, and according to the tab i DO NOT have proxy enabled. I called my ISP and asked if they acted as a proxy for my internet access they said no they do not (ofcourse they could be lying or she could have had no clue what i was talking about). To be honest i dont know what im talking about lol. I read a little on proxy and dont quite understand it but what i do know is i need to get rid of it if im going to be able to access this website.

So what could be causing their website to detect that im runnin on anon proxy? And can i get rid of it? My computer isnt on a network (to my knowledge) i have my computer hooked directly into the modem. Any help would be appreciated.

I have Windows XP, and run off Cable internet.

Edited by redjeep, 01 April 2010 - 08:45 AM.

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