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Support proxy servers in your applications

Posted in Developing Software, Running an ISV

Much of the software I use on a day-to-day basis requires a HTTP connection to the Internet lexapro pill. Unfortunately, not all of this software includes reliable Web proxy support for Windows Authentication (NTLM). Whilst many people are connecting to the Internet from networks without proxy servers, I’m often connecting from corporate networks through Microsoft ISA Server.mensclub24

Here is some advice for anyone writing software that uses that needs uses the Internet:

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