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Old 01-05-2009
inenewbl
 

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weird problem with internet explorer
Hi all. Recently i implemented a new isa server as my office's proxy server.
However my after implementing the new isa server as proxy server, many of my
users could not access internet. I then realise that i have to do the
following steps, from internet explorer go to tools->internet
options->connection->lan settings->uncheck automatically detect settings,
close the browser, then repeat the same step to check "automatically detect
settings". Then the user's IE could access internet. Is this a microsoft bug
with IE? This happens to both my IE6 and IE7 users. How can i solve this bug?
Thks in advance.
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Old 01-05-2009
PA Bear [MS MVP]
 

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Re: weird problem with internet explorer
WYSIWYG.

You might repost your query in either of these ISA-specific newsgroups for
better assistance: microsoft.public.isa.configuration;
microsoft.public.isaserver
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~PA Bear

inenewbl wrote:
> Hi all. Recently i implemented a new isa server as my office's proxy
> server.
> However my after implementing the new isa server as proxy server, many of
> my
> users could not access internet. I then realise that i have to do the
> following steps, from internet explorer go to tools->internet
> options->connection->lan settings->uncheck automatically detect settings,
> close the browser, then repeat the same step to check "automatically
> detect
> settings". Then the user's IE could access internet. Is this a microsoft
> bug
> with IE? This happens to both my IE6 and IE7 users. How can i solve this
> bug? Thks in advance.


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