By using the Internet Explorer 8 Web Proxy Server, you can have a simple and secure website on your machine that runs in the foreground.
This tutorial will walk you through how to set it up so it will run in your browser and keep track of the times when it’s needed.
You can find a list of other Internet Explorer users who have written about this topic here.1.
Find out which Web Proxy server you haveThe easiest way to find out which proxy server you need to install is to open up Internet Explorer, click on the Start button, and then click on Tools, then Internet Options.
In Internet Explorer’s Options window, click the Internet tab.
Under Internet Protocol, click Network and Sharing Center.
Click Advanced, then click Advanced Settings.2.
Make sure that the Internet Options tab is selected in the list.3.
In the list of options, click Internet Options, and in the Internet Protocol field, type in the IP address of the Web Proxy.
In this example, I’ve given my IP address as 192.168.1.*4.
Go back to Internet Explorer and click the Start menu, then select Tools, Internet.
In Tools, select Add or Edit….
Right-click the WebProxy.exe file that you just created and select Open.
In a dialog box, click OK.
In Windows Explorer, open up the file with the name webproxy.exe and double-click it.7.
Now, in the new window, you should see an Open button.
In it, type your browser’s IP address and click OK to save it.8.
Next, go to the Internet Proxy Manager tab.
Select the Internet proxy you just installed, then scroll down and click Internet.9.
Select Web Proxy Manager, then type your Web Proxy IP address in the address box, and click Add.10.
Now you should be able to log in to your site as usual.
You should now have a proxy server running in the browser, which should show up in the left sidebar of your Internet Explorer.
You may need to restart your browser to see the new server, but that should happen automatically when you’re back in the main browser.