Author Topic: Proxomitron  (Read 775 times)

Clay Nichols

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Proxomitron
« on: August 10, 2002, 06:21:05 PM »
I recently installed Proxomitron and changed proxy information according
to directions. It worked great. However, when I logged off the internet, shut down and later started up and logged back on, I couldn't get to anything on the web. I got the message that my browser couldn't open the page and suggested my internet options needed to be changed. I changed my proxy information back and got back to my web sites. I want to use Proxomitron, but prefer not to have to remove and add back the proxy information. Any ideas? I use Windows ME and Internet Explorer 6.0.

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Clay
 

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Proxomitron
« Reply #1 on: August 11, 2002, 02:59:00 AM »
Did you remember to also load Proxomitron after rebooting?
Proxomitron is not added to the autorun folders by default, to do this, make a shortcut to Proxomitron.exe , and place it in your start menu's 'Startup' folder (This will be C:WindowsStart MenuStartup on a WinME system).

To temporarily bypass Proxomitron, rightclick on it, and select 'Bypass'.