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Hey all I was wondering if you can help me out!

I can not get Internet Explorer to bring up a web page. What is happening is we go threw a proxy here. So in IE I have to specify, manually type in the proxy.

The thing here is that there is one already specified but it is the wrong one. So everytime I try to type in the correct one, it defults back to the original proxy!!!

I tried deleteing then reinstalling the browser and all folders or files that have to do with IE, but everytime I go back in there the same proxy is there.

How can I get rid of that proxy so that I can put in the correct one? Man hate anyting that has to do with Microsoft but I don't have a choice this is for work. Safari just works so nice.

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