Enable Proxies

Path

Computer Configuration > Policies > Centrify Settings > Mac OS X Settings > Network > Legacy location settings > Configure Proxies > Enable Proxies

Description

Configure the host name (or IP address) and port number for the computers providing specific services. Within this category, you can enable the following proxy servers:

  • Use the Enable FTP Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the FTP proxy server (FTP protocol).
  • Use the Enable Web Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the Web proxy server (HTTP protocol).
  • Use the Enable Secure Web Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the Secure Web proxy server (HTTPS protocol).
  • Use the Enable Streaming Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the Streaming proxy server (RTSP protocol).
  • Use the Enable SOCKS Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the Streaming proxy server (SOCKS protocol).
  • Use the Enable Gopher Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the Gopher proxy server.
  • Use the Enable Streaming Proxy policy to configure the host name and port number for the Streaming proxy server (RTSP protocol).
  • Use the Enable Proxies using a PAC file policy to configure proxy servers from a proxy configuration file.

These policies can take effect dynamically at the next group policy refresh interval without rebooting the computer.