Some proxy assistance perhaps?

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  1. Freethefire

    Freethefire Portal Member

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    Hey all,

    I know this isn't a windows problem forum, but I will try anyways since I'm kinda stuck.



    Been fiddeling around with running a local proxy server to bypass my vpn providers dns/ip when my kids are watching Netflix.
    I've since uninstalled all proxy related software and run netsh resets all around. I've also tripple checked network settings, adapters aso.
    Here's the problem, it seems programs still try to use a proxy to connect to the internet (as can be seen in my debug from MP, among other things).

    Anyone have any ideas how to remedy this?

    It would be very appreciated!
     

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    Tracked it down to an error in dotnet settings, repairs and reinstalling did not remedy the problem so had to do a windows reinstall.
     
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