Configuring Internal Agent Proxy Settings

  1. Go to Administration > Settings > Proxy.
  2. Click the Agent tab.
  3. Go to the Internal Proxy section.
  4. Select the type of proxy settings that internal OfficeScan agents use when connecting to the OfficeScan server or Smart Protection Servers.
    • No proxy: Internal OfficeScan agents do not require a proxy server to connect to the OfficeScan server or Smart Protection Servers

    • Use Windows proxy settings: Internal agents use the proxy server settings configured in Windows Internet Options when connecting to the OfficeScan server or Smart Protection Servers

      Note:

      Specify proxy authentication credentials, if required.

    • Use multiple proxy servers: Internal agents use different proxy servers when connecting to the OfficeScan server or Smart Protection Servers

      For OfficeScan server connections:

      1. Select OfficeScan agent proxy for connection to the internal OfficeScan server.

      2. Specify the proxy server name or IPv4/IPv6 address, and port number.

      3. Specify proxy authentication credentials, if required.

      For standalone Smart Protection Server connections:

      1. Select OfficeScan agent proxy for connection to standalone Smart Protection Servers.

      2. Specify the proxy server name or IPv4/IPv6 address, and port number.

      3. Specify proxy authentication credentials, if required.

    • Use automatic proxy configuration (including PAC): Select to use administrator-configured proxy settings using DHCP, DNS, or an automatic configuration script

      • Automatically detect network proxy settings: Internal agents detect the administrator-configured proxy settings by DHCP or DNS

      • Use specified proxy auto-configuration (PAC) script file: Internal agents use the proxy auto-configuration (PAC) script set by the network administrator to detect the appropriate proxy server

        Note:

        Type the URL address for the PAC script.

  5. Click Save.