MPS 2019.3 Help

HTTP Proxy

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Specify proxy settings that MPS should use to access the Internet.



No proxy

Connect directly without a proxy.

Auto-detect proxy settings

Use a proxy auto-config (PAC) file.

  • Automatic proxy configuration URL: Manually specify the location of the PAC file if it was not detected automatically.

  • Clear passwords: Clear the passwords for the specified proxy.

Manual proxy configuration

Specify proxy settings manually.

  • HTTP: Use an HTTP proxy.

  • SOCKS: Use a SOCKS proxy. For more information, see Socket Secure protocol.

  • Host name: Specify the proxy hostname or IP address.

  • Port number: Specify the proxy port number.

  • No proxy for: Specify the patterns for URLs or IP addresses, for which no proxy should be specified.

  • Proxy authentication: Select this checkbox if your proxy requires authentication.

  • Login: Specify the user for connecting to the proxy.

  • Password: Specify the password associated with the user (login).

  • Remember password: Select this checkbox if you want MPS to remember the password. Otherwise, you will be asked to provide the password every time MPS connects to the proxy.

Last modified: 28 February 2020