Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by veronica, Aug 18, 2003.
i have aol browser.
I'm sorry I don't quite know what you mean.
as far as i know Aol uses Ie's proxy settings in
Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings
why do you want 2 change the proxy?
I thought the proxy was handled automatically by the dialer software.
i think it is, i cant find any setting in the options
i seem to remember it being proxy.aol.com
AOL's "internal" browser does not support proxy configuration.
instead conect using Aol, then minimize it + use ie or some alternative where the proxy can be set.
the proxy is changed in windows internet options.
the proxy is taking too much of my memory.
anyone know how to change the settings for getting rid of a proxy in windows internet explorer?
i don't have a high speed hook up. i don't have the proxy box checked, but it is still going through a proxy. it has 2 boxes to check,
1. automatically detect settings.
2. automatically configure settings.
which do i put a check, or both?
i tried neither and so many combinations i forget which all i tried.
thanks for your help.