How to configure/adjust proxy from text file? autom.proxy ?

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Kevin McNeal, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. Kevin McNeal

    Kevin McNeal Guest

    Sometimes I would like to work with a proxy.
    In general I can setup my favorite proxy through the IntExp 7 options manually.

    But what, if I want to select the proxy dynamically from a text file?
    Say this textfile contains a couple of proxy IP+ports in the format e.g.:

    111.111.111.111:8080
    222.222.222.222.80.
    .....
    121.121.121.121:8080


    IE7 should now pick a suitable proxy out of this textfile and try to connect.
    If it is not successful the next proxy from the textfile should be tried.

    How can I setup such a proxy configuration?
    Maybe through an automatic proxy script?
    But how to write it (under WinXP) ?

    Kevin
     
    Kevin McNeal, Mar 7, 2009
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