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Microsoft-Windows-IE-ClientNetworkProtocolImplementation

The Microsoft-Windows-IE-ClientNetworkProtocolImplementation component contains settings that enable you to determine your proxy server policy for all users on a specific computer or for each user on the computer.

This setting has no effect on Server Core installations of Windows Server 2008.

In This Section

 

HKLMConnectRetries

Specifies the number of IP addresses available for a host for all users on the computer.

HKLMConnectTimeOut

Specifies the number of milliseconds to wait for a connection to complete for all users on the computer.

HKLMContentPerUserItem

Specifies whether content is cached individually for each user on the computer.

HKLMCookiesPerUserItem

Specifies whether cookies are cached individually for each user on the computer.

HKLMHistoryPerUserItem

Specifies whether history is cached individually for each user on the computer.

HKLMProxyEnable

Specifies whether to use a proxy server to connect to the Internet for all users on the computer.

HKLMProxyEnable is effective only if the HKLMSoftware\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\InternetSettings registry key contains ProxySettingsPerUser as a REG DWORD with the value set to 0.

HKLMProxyOverride

Specifies a list of host names or IP addresses that will bypass the proxy server for all users on the computer.

HKLMProxyOverride is effective only if the HKLMSoftware\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\InternetSettings registry key contains ProxySettingsPerUser as a REG DWORD with the value set to 0.

HKLMProxyServer

Specifies the IP address or the host name of the proxy server on the network for all users on the computer.

HKLMProxyServer is effective only if the HKLMSoftware\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\InternetSettings registry key contains ProxySettingsPerUser as a REG DWORD with the value set to 0.

HKLMReceiveTimeOut

Specifies the number of milliseconds to wait for a socket-receive message to complete for all users on the computer.

HKLMSendTimeOut

Specifies the number of milliseconds to wait for a socket-send message to complete for all users on the computer.

Applies To

This component is available in the following Windows editions and architectures.

 

Windows Edition Windows for x86-based computers Windows for x64-based computers Windows for Itanium-based computers

Windows Vista® Business

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Windows Vista® Home Basic

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Windows Vista® Home Premium

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Windows Vista® Starter

x86

Not available

Not available

Windows Vista® Ultimate

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Windows Server® 2008 Datacenter

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Server Core installation option of Windows Server® 2008 Datacenter

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise

x86

amd64, x86

ia64, x86

Server Core installation option of Windows Server® 2008 Enterprise

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Windows Server® 2008 Standard

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

Server Core installation option of Windows Server® 2008 Standard

x86

amd64, x86

Not available

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