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I am using a Windows 7 PC with 2 network cards.

One for a public line and one for an internal line behind a proxy.

Is there a way or a software program where I can manage which program (Outlook, WM) uses which Internet connection or network card?

Using the option of interface metric is not what I am looking for. Someone also suggested me ZoneAlarm, but I dislike this program.

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I found the answer:

It works like a charm.

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The issue that forcebindip has with not being able to inject itself into a forked process can be fixed by setting as a debugger on the executable. In addition, by setting it via the registry, you no longer need to alter each shortcut to an application. See MSDN: for instructions.

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