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Does anyone have a script that can modify the proxy server exceptions list in Internet Explorer? If so, is it compatible with IE6 and up?

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Nevermind, I just found this link from Microsoft which explains it:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/819961/

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It may be easier to use a proxy.pac file.

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Why? What about it makes it easier or better? How would one use it if they chose to? It is good to give more detailed information about a solution, especially if it is an alternate solution to what the OP asks. – MaQleod Jul 13 '12 at 20:50
    
Sorry, must have been a bad day when I answered! proxy.pac files give a lot more control over the proxy process. For example, you can automate the selection of a proxy dependent on your current network. It is a subset of JavaScript with some variables available. – Julian Knight Jul 14 '12 at 16:50

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