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Firewall doesn't let AntiFirewall pass through
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Q. On my job, I have internet access. Our firewall knows my IP-adress and therefore I was able, to pass the firewall to the internet. This is only possible by using our own proxy server, which I have to write down to my internet-explorer! Perhaps this is the problem, why antifirewall is not running. It doesn't find any proxies! Our firewall don't let pass antifirewall through, because AF is not using the proxy to go to internet.
A. Actually, AntiFirewall always looks into the settings of the Internet Explorer and if it finds a proxy server address, it picks it up and tries to use that to connect to the Internet. In your case, it seems that the fortifications of your firewall are too strong for AntiFirewall to break them.Tech. Support Topics
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