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Re: Re: Re: OPTIONS of

From: TvT <tvtreeck_at_nepatec.de>
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2011 16:23:38 +0100

You can check your web browser setting if you are behind a proxy.
Most of your applications are (automatically) use your browser settings to
connect to the internet.


On the *Tools* menu in Internet Explorer, click *Internet Options*, click
the *Connections* tab, and then click *LAN Settings*.
Is the proxy box checked?


   1. *Right click on the shortcut in start menu and select Mozilla Firefox
    2. *Click on the Advanced category*.
   *Click on Network tab*.
   *Click Settings under Connection*.
   *Check Manual proxy configuration*.

=> If in one of the browser 'automatic detection' is enabled than disable
that and try to browse to a webpage to see if you can still connect to the

2011/1/26 Elijah M <edjm1971_at_gmail.com>

> Honestly I doubt I have any proxy server for a couple simple reasons
> 1. I don't know what a proxy server is exactly, only that it has to do with
> corporate firewalls or something like that. And I am working from home over
> a paid internet service.
> 2. The other guy working from home has no problems with connecting via
> http://
> 3. And my development software IntelliJ IDEA connects to the repository
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