Proxy Options

The Proxy Options dialog allows you to modify the proxy settings used by Shavlik Protect when accessing the Internet using your Web browser. In general, Shavlik Protect checks the proxy settings in Internet Explorer and conducts an Internet connectivity test to determine whether or not proxy server settings are necessary. If Shavlik Protect is unable to access the Internet using these settings, or if you are required to enter a user name and password each time you launch your browser and browse the Internet, you will need to configure the proxy options.

 

 

Do I need Proxy Info?

To see if Shavlik Protect can use your current Internet Explorer proxy settings to access the Internet and perform other operations, click this button. If the test is successful then nothing further is required. If the test fails it typically means you utilize authorization and you need to modify your proxy settings by specifying console and service credentials.

Use proxy

If enabled, indicates that you will supply proxy credentials and allows you to specify user name and password information. If you clear the check box after specifying credentials, the credentials will be saved but not used.

Console credentials

Select the credential (the user name and password pair) you use when accessing the Internet with your Web browser. It may be necessary to specify a domain as part of your user name (for example: mydomain\my.name). There may be multiple credentials available here for selection, one for each of your Shavlik Protect administrators.

Service credentials

Select the credential (the user name and password pair) used by the program service when accessing the Internet. The same service credential can be used by different administrators.

Note: Only shared credentials are contained in this list. If the credential you are looking for is not listed it probably means it is not defined as a shared credential. See Defining Credentials for information on how to share a credential.

Test

To test the credentials, click this button.

 

Important! See HTTP Proxy Post Installation Notes for additional details about using an HTTP proxy.