I am using Windows 8 Enterprise (MSDN), behind a proxy. I configured the proxy in IE network settings (actually, not a proxy, but a.pac file with config), and when trying to connect to the internet, everything works fine in IE - however, the rest of the system seems not to use those settings. Concrete case: add and remove features (like Hyper-V or.Net Framework 3.5) seems to go online for every single feature. This constantly fails. I cannot add any features. Another concrete example: inside a Hyper-V guest, I cannot get internet access.
Note that whichever way you choose to edit the settings, there are only one set of proxy settings in Windows. Once you open Control Panel, just click on Internet Options. In the Internet Options dialog, go ahead and click on the Connections tab and then click on LAN settings at the bottom.
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It would also be nice, if (on top of that) everything would work correctly (all apps and everything else, like the system, using the same proxy settings). How can I configure proxy settings for all apps, system, IE etc? Most desktop apps integrated in windows 8.1 share the same proxy setting with IE.
- For a system wide proxy you need first manually set IE proxy. - You can also use 'PAC' proxy settings instead.
For the metro apps which live in a closed container, they do NOT use any proxy to connect by default. - Because they are forbidden to send network traffic to the local computer in case of improper connection. - This defies the use of loopback method, hence the proxy.
There is a 'loopback exempt' mechnism though in Windows 8.1 to avoid this dilemma. - You can use the command-line tool called 'checknetisolation' to add certain app to the exempt list.
- The exempted metro app uses IE proxy to connect by default. - There are third-party tools to do this job at ease.
- The tool 'fiddler' for example is recommened for this purpose. You can download fiddler here: - Install and open it - click 'win8 config' - check the box behind which is the app you want to exempt. - save config. - If you want to set another proxy than IE, you can also fill the proxy address in the same page. • For XP or Windows 2003 versions, you must use the command: proxycfg.exe • For versions Vista, Windows Server 2008 or higher, you have to use: netsh winhttp set proxy Example: Configure a proxy server (proxy.sysadmit.com), port 8011, indicating an exclusion network, for example: 172.17. * netsh winhttp set proxy 'proxy.sysadmit.com:8011' '; 172.17.
*' The configuration is saved in this key in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows CurrentVersion Internet Settings Connections Key Name: WinHttpSettings Extracted from.