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Managing Forcepoint Web Security Cloud : Configuring browsers for a proxy service
Configuring browsers for a proxy service
Configuring browsers for a proxy service | Forcepoint Web Security Cloud
Overview
This article describes how to configure various browsers for a proxy service.
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Windows browser configuration
Internet Explorer
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Go to Tools > Internet Options.
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Click LAN settings.
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Select Use automatic configuration script.
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http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac.
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Click OK and then OK again.
Google Chrome
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Click Show advanced settings (at the bottom of the page).
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Under Network, click Change proxy settings.
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Click LAN settings.
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Select Use automatic configuration script.
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http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac.
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Click OK and then OK again.
Firefox
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Go to Tools > Options. (In the latest version, click on the three lines in the top right and select Options from the drop-down menu).
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Click Settings.
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Select Automatic proxy configuration URL.
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http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac.
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Click OK and then OK again.
Mac OS X browser configuration
Firefox
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Go to Preferences. (In the latest version, click on the three lines in the top right and select Preferences from the drop-down.)
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Click Settings.
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Select Automatic proxy configuration URL.
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http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac.
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Click OK.
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Safari
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Click Advanced.
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Under Proxies, click Change Settings.
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http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac.
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Click Apply Now.
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Under Select a protocol to configure, select Automatic Proxy Configuration.
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http://webdefence.global.blackspider.com:8082/proxy.pac.
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