Patch for SCCM
The Proxy tab allows you to modify the proxy settings used by Patch for SCCM when accessing the Internet using your Web browser. In general, Patch for SCCM checks the proxy settings in Internet Explorer and conducts an Internet connectivity test to determine whether or not proxy server settings are necessary. If Patch for SCCM is unable to access the Internet using these settings, or if you are required to enter a user name and password each time you launch your browser and browse the Internet, you will need to configure the proxy options.
The settings on this tab are user settings, meaning they are uniquely configured for each user. For more information, see Shared Settings Tab.
•Do I need proxy information?: To see if Patch for SCCM can use your current Internet Explorer proxy settings to access the Internet and perform other operations, click this button. If the test is successful then nothing further is required. If the test fails it typically means your organization utilizes authentication and you need to modify your proxy settings by specifying credentials (a user name/password).
•Use proxy: If enabled, indicates that you will supply proxy credentials. If you clear the check box after specifying credentials, the credentials will be saved but not used.
•User name: Type the credential user name. It may be necessary to specify a domain as part of your user name (for example: mydomain\my.name).
•Password: Type the credential password.
•Verify Proxy: To test the proxy credentials, click this button.
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