Defining Proxy Settings

Introduction

As of Provar version 1.8.11.22, Provar will attempt to detect proxy settings automatically and globally instead of from a ConnectionPlease note that, after taking version 1.8.11.22, proxy information defined at the Connection level will be ignored.

If Provar does not succeed in detecting your proxy settings automatically, you will need to define proxy information in the provar.ini file. Follow the steps below to do this.

Proxies without username and password

If a proxy is not username and password enabled, the above arguments should be added to the provar.ini file.

To prevent errors, please click this link to access a plaintext file of the arguments above, then copy and paste the arguments into the provar.ini file, adding your own information where shown.

Proxies with username and password

If a proxy is username and password enabled, the above arguments should be added to the provar.ini file.

To prevent errors, please click this link to access a plaintext file of the arguments above, then copy and paste the arguments into the provar.ini file, adding your own information where shown.

PAC Proxies

For a PAC proxy, the above arguments should be added to the provar.ini file.

To prevent errors, please click this link to access a plaintext file of the arguments above, then copy and paste the arguments into the provar.ini file, adding your own information where shown.

2017-10-11T21:43:53+00:00

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