PAC Files

Manage Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) files that you can use to forward web traffic from your organization's endpoints to the Internet Access Gateway.

Zero Trust Internet Access provides a default PAC file for endpoints, which is deployed automatically when installing the Secure Access Module.

Action

Description

Add a PAC file

Click Add to create a new PAC file with custom domain settings.

For more information, see Configuring PAC Files.

Check PAC file details

View the basic information about a PAC file.

Use this information when configuring the PAC file address on supported browsers.

Edit a PAC file

Click the Edit () icon in the Action column to change the contents of the PAC file.

Change the PAC file applied to the Secure Access Module

Click in the Applied module column and select to apply the PAC file to the Module running the desired operating system. This allows you to replace the default PAC file built in the Module.

The selected PAC file takes effect immediately.

The PAC file that is in use by the Module cannot be deleted.

There are several ways to use PAC files for traffic forwarding:

  • Install the Secure Access Module on supported endpoints to use the built-in default PAC file or replace the default PAC file with a managed PAC file.

  • Use Active Directory Group Policy Object (GPO) to enforce the use of a PAC file.

  • Manually configure supported browsers to reference the location of a PAC file.

    Note:

    Zero Trust Secure Access supports the following browsers:

    Browser

    Version

    Google Chrome™

    Newest and most recent previous version

    Mozilla™

    Newest and most recent previous version

    Firefox™

    Newest and most recent previous version

    Microsoft Edge™ (Chromium-based)

    Newest and most recent previous version

    Microsoft™ Internet Explorer™

    Newest and most recent previous version

    Apple™ Safari™

    Newest and most recent previous version