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I am working in an office, as our private requirements, we need to make all connection to specific domains must be sent via a proxy server. This is my issue for now, does anyone know a solution for this.

Anyone can show me a proxy software (a free software) that can support us to configure a list of proxy servers (we have proxy servers already) and a a list of specific domains? If there is no such like proxy software, how can I implement a proxy like that using C#. I would like the proxy-aware will be done in system-level, NO application modification needed.

PS: I am using Windows server 2008

Thanks and best regards

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It's called Linux. Specifically Squid and iptables. Also, off-topic, not programming... Another hint: google transparent proxy. – leppie Jan 18 '11 at 4:53
Your suggestion to implement a proxy is to move from windows to linux? Not very helpful. – Rob Jan 18 '11 at 4:59
@Rob. Bzzzz wrong assumption. Add a sub $50 piece of hardware on the network... – leppie Jan 18 '11 at 5:02
@Ieppie: Bzzz very unclear answer then... – Rabarberski Apr 4 '11 at 13:06

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