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HKLMProxyOverride

HKLMProxyOverride specifies a list of host names or IP addresses that bypasses 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.

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

Values

 

list_of_hostnames or IP_addresses

Specifies one or more host names or IP addresses that bypass the proxy server. You can add multiple entries by using semicolons as the separator. Both IP_addresses and list_of_hostnames are strings.

This string type does not support empty elements. Do not create an empty value for this setting.

noteNote
If you require more then one address, list multiple addresses separated by semicolons. Include the string <local> to bypass the proxy server for all intranet addresses.

Valid Passes

Parent Hierarchy

Applies To

For the list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-IE-ClientNetworkProtocolImplementation.

XML Example

The following XML output shows how to set the per-machine settings.

<HKLMConnectRetries>1</HKLMConnectRetries>
<HKLMConnectTimeOut>120000</HKLMConnectTimeOut>
<HKLMContentPerUserItem>false</HKLMContentPerUserItem>
<HKLMCookiesPerUserItem>false</HKLMCookiesPerUserItem>
<HKLMHistoryPerUserItem>false</HKLMHistoryPerUserItem>
<HKLMProxyEnable>true</HKLMProxyEnable>
<HKLMProxyOverride>123.45.67.890;345.67.89.012;567.89.01.234</HKLMProxyOverride>
<HKLMProxyServer>123.45.67.890</HKLMProxyServer>
<HKLMReceiveTimeOut>60000</HKLMReceiveTimeOut>
<HKLMSendTimeOut>60000</HKLMSendTimeOut>

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