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Old 08-01-2001, 08:01 AM   #1
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Unhappy internet connection thru MS Proxy

Hi everyone..
I just installed Linux 7.0 on My machine but i'm unable to get internet thru MS Proxy Server . Actually MS Proxy server is installed on Diff. Domain and My machine is a part of different domain.
But when I run IE 5 from Win98 it asks me about username/password and domain name but this feature is not available in Netscape . it asks me only for username and password but not for domain name.

So how can i connect internet from My Linux Machine.

Pls advise...


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