We would like to use the
Tencent QQ instant messaging client on some Windows laptops in the company. We a have to record the chat logs and because of this the QQ client should always connect thought a WFilter Enterprise proxy server.
The QQ client can be configured to use a
HTTP or SOCK5 proxy, but it considers the proxy as an additional way to connect and not as the only one. If the proxy connection fails the QQ client silently connects directly and we can't capture the logs.
Proxifier, but it is a user space application which can't seem to run as a background service. User can simply close it or change the configuration.
transparent proxy on the LAN is not possible because these laptops are often outside the office network. We don't have the need to tunnel everything thought the proxy.
I'm looking for a way to force the QQ client application running on Windows to always go though the proxy server.
Do you have any suggestions on this?