Proxy Setting not applying in Windows 7 Systems via GPO
Hi all, Proxy Setting not applying in Windows 7 Systems Via GPO DC : Windows 2003 Clients : Windows XP and Windows 7 In Windows XP Systems its working fine, But in Windows 7 Systems Proxy Setting Policy is working for some time and it will disable. Please help me to fix the problem. Regards Mahesh Gowda S
April 26th, 2011 4:27am

Do you mean that only some programs such as IE works properly but other programs not, or the proxy settings worked but after a while it does not work? How do you configure the proxy settings? In Windows 7, if you have to connect to Internet via proxy, configuring proxy setting for IE is not enough. You need to set global proxy setting with the command line netsh winhttp set proxy Netsh Commands for Windows Hypertext Transfer Protocol (WINHTTP) http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc731131(WS.10).aspxPlease remember to click Mark as Answer on the post that helps you, and to click Unmark as Answer if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.
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April 28th, 2011 12:15am

Hi The proxy settings policy applied for some time and it will disable after some time. The steps are as follows · Open Active Directory Users and Computers and Right Click the Test OU and Properties à Group Policy Tab à Click on New. · Right click the Policy and Click on Edit. · User Configuration à Policies à Windows Settings à Internet Explorer Maintenance à Connection à Proxy Settings à Select the Enable Proxy Settings and Mention Proxy address. · Close the GPO and run the gpupdate /force in Both the Server and Client. · Check the IE Proxy Settings on the Client System. Regards Mahesh Gowda S
April 28th, 2011 12:37am

Hi All, Problem solved by doing this activity Please verify the Windows Management Instumentation Service, It should be set to Automatic and started. If Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) service cannot be started, you can use the following method to repair this service: Step 1: Verity the repository ==================== 1. Click Start, type “cmd” in Start Search box, and right-click on cmd.exe in the programs list, and choose Run as administrator. 2. In the open window, type in the following and press Enter. winmgmt /verifyrepository Step 2: Rebuild the repository ======================= 1. Click Start, type “cmd” in Start Search box, and right-click on cmd.exe in the programs list, and choose Run as administrator. 2. In the open window, type in the following and press Enter. net stop winmgmt /y cd %windir%\system32\wbem\ ren repository repository.old If the issue persists, you can run gprsult /z to verifies all policy settings in effect for a specific user or computer. Regards Mahesh Gowda S
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May 4th, 2011 11:12pm

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