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Microsoft Windows Trend mycro proxy errors everytime I view webcam to webcam . Everything freezes up.

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Turn off proxy, don't use it.

G'luck

Posted on Oct 23, 2008

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You either have a Permanent firewall or you have a proxy. If you know its a permanent firewall then you are pretty much stuck. But if its a proxy server there is a glimmer of hope.

Obviously the following instruction makes alot of assuptions on your network setup.

Assuming you have a proxy server, you could try going to the following place assuming you are using Microsoft's internet explorer.

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Now try and download the file again. If this still doesn't work then chances are you will need to see your Admin as they have a firewall appliance that checks everything.

IF the "Use a proxy server for you LAN...." was already unticked chances are you won't be able to get around it as you are downloading a file greater than 3Mb and again see your Admin.

If all else fails home and download your file that you need from there.

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