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I have searched and searched but I can't find the answer to my question. Here is the my current setup:

Instead of using a proxy service, I used IE 9's internal proxy server and forwarded all outgoing to for ports 80, 443, and 21. I also went to Advanced and added a bypass list for the sites are allowed on this particular PC setup. Everything works really well for all sites except one.

We currently have a website that users can login via their company email address that is hosted on Google Apps. When the users logs in, they get the usual prompt to authenticate with google and then it forwards you to the approval of what the website has access to on your account - the standard stuff. However, "Accept" is blocked out and I cannot go forward at this step. I tried adding and nothing works.

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Has anyone had a similar situation and found a solution?

I was able to bypass this step when I first logged into the website without Proxy, then activated the proxy, signed out then signed back in, it goes through but I'm trying to bypass that all together and have a "out of the box" solution.

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IE9 doesn't have an "internal proxy server", so I'm confused. What proxy server software are you running on the machines that answers on if you say "none" then I'd bet that's your problem, you're proxying through a non-existent proxy server, so things will act unexpectedly. – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Apr 22 '14 at 19:57
Correct, the answer is none. I'm just forwarding all the traffic back onto localhost ( for any sites that are not on the "white list". Besides the google account authentication, everything has been working very well. – ABard Apr 22 '14 at 20:16

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