RE: Auto proxy configuration problem
- From: D.S. <D.S.@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 08:16:01 -0700
thank you for your reply and sorry for the delay.
I can confirm that the GPO is not the problem. The settings defined in the
GPO are applied ok. The problem is that the PAC file doesnt seem to configure
IE on some workstations. This is not GPO related but IE and/or PAC related.
""Ken Zhao [MSFT]"" wrote:
I am just writing to see how everything is going. If you have any updates
or need any further assistance on this issue, please feel free to let me
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| From: v-kzhao@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ("Ken Zhao [MSFT]")
| Organization: Microsoft
| Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 02:14:39 GMT
| Subject: RE: Auto proxy configuration problem
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| From your post, because the issue only occurs on several clients
| IE and OS), it is hard for us to determine what the root cause is. You
| try the following methods to see if you can find any errors:
| Method 1
| Based on the current situation, please help me confirm the RSOP result on
| DC is the same as client. Therefore, please follow these steps to run
| on Domain Controller to verify it.
| Run an RSoP Query on a Computer Account:
| 1. Click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools,
| then double-click Active Directory Users and Computers.
| 2. In the console tree, expand Domain (where Domain is the domain in
| the computer account on which you want to run RSoP exists), and then
| 3. Right-click the computer account on which you want to run RSoP, point
| All Tasks, and then click Resultant Set of Policy (Logging) or Resultant
| Set of Policy (Planning).
| 323276: How To Install and Use RSoP in Windows Server 2003
| Method 2
| Check the Event Viewer on the problematic clients to see if you can find
| any GPO process related errors logged.
| Thanks & Regards,
| Ken Zhao
| Microsoft Online Support
| Microsoft Global Technical Support Center
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| | Hi,
| | weÂ´ve configured our environment to autodetect proxy configuration
| | This is done two ways.
| | 1. DHCP option 252. Pointing to a load balanced UNC path
| | (file://\\UNC\PACFILE).
| | 2. "Use automatic configuration script" option is set to the same UNC
| | Both options ("Automatically detect settings" & "Use automatic
| | script") are activated via GPO. Either on its own or both together
| | for 95% of the users (Win2k, WinXP, Vista, IE6/7) but on some machines
| | just wont work sporadically. When opening IE i can see that a network
| | connection is made to the location where the pac file is but IE
| | tries to connect directly. as soon as the connection is configured for
| | proxy everything works fine.
| | IÂ´m not sure what causes this and iÂ´m not sure how to troubleshoot it
| | Any ideas?
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