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Disabling Proxy Settings on the Internet Explorer when Using Windows Vista

A proxy server is an application or system that acts as an intermediary between your computer and the Internet.  Enabling this service can cause problems in accessing Internet websites because the proxy server settings have been configured.

This article will guide you on how to disable proxy settings on Internet Explorer using Windows Vista.

Step 1:
Double-click the Internet Explorer  icon.

Step 2:
On the Internet Explorer window, click on Tools, then click on Internet Options.

Step 3:
On the Internet Options window, click the Connections tab, then click on the LAN settings button.

Step 4:
Click OK.

NOTE:  Make sure that the boxes are unchecked.


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