Proxy settings | ILIA

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Applies to: IT personnel and System admins responsible for ILIA in your organization

If your organization uses a proxy server, enter the required information under Proxy Settings.

Important! Reference information is located in the ILIA Reference Guide. This guide includes sample XML files, a data dictionary, troubleshooting information, and instructions on updating configuration settings in the WSB.Config file.

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Configure proxy settings

  1. Select one of the following options:
    • Use Internet Explorer settings (default) — This is the default option and you can leave it if you are not using a proxy server.

      Leave this radio button checked if you want the Intralinks application to detect and use the proxy settings used by Internet Explorer. No additional entries are required.

    • Automatic proxy configuration URL — If you select this radio button, you must provide users with the address for the Proxy Automatic Configuration (PAC) file (for example, pacfile.pac). No additional entries are required.

      When users log in, they select the Automatic proxy configuration URL option and enter the address for the PAC file in the field that appears below the option.

    • Manual Proxy Settings — If you select this radio button, you must provide users with the following information:
      • Authentication type — BASIC or NTLM
      • The IP address for the Proxy, (for example,
      • The Port used for the proxy (for example, 8080)
      • The Proxy ID and Password (if the proxy is Authenticated)

      Users must enter these values in the appropriate fields in the Manual Proxy settings section of the login window.

  2. Click Apply.

    Note: If you are using ILIA in Cluster Mode, you must enter these proxy settings for each machine in the cluster.

Set up the local system account

Use the following procedure to set up the proxy for the Local System Account.

  1. From the Command Prompt, type “gpedit.msc”. The Local Computer Policy Editor screen displays.
  2. Select “Computer Configuration”.
  3. Select “Administrative Templates”.
  4. Select “Windows Components”.
  5. Select “Internet Explorer”.
  6. Select “Make proxy settings per-machine (rather than per user)”.
  7. Select "Enabled".
  8. Click OK.


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