How do I configure the P9 patch management system to use our proxy service?

The P9 agent runs under the "Local System Account" and requires that you configure the proxy service to be enabled and allow.

 

Microsoft Windows 7

Run CMD as Administrator

If using PAC file to define proxy setting use those 3 lines

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy networkservice AUTOSCRIPT http:\\PROXYURL

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localsystem AUTOSCRIPT http:\\PROXYURL

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice AUTOSCRIPT http:\\PROXYURL

e.g.

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice AUTOSCRIPT http:\\10.1.1.20\proxy.pac

Using manual proxy URL

bitsadmin /util /setieproxy localsystem MANUAL_PROXY PROXYURL:PORT “”

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice MANUAL_PROXY PROXYURL:PORT “”

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy networkservice MANUAL_PROXY PROXYURL:PORT “”

e.g.

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice MANUAL_PROXY http:\\10.1.1.20:8080

To remove proxy settings on system accounts use this command

e.g. bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice NO_PROXY

To check if proxy settings has been set on those accounts.

Bitsadmin /util /getIEproxy localservice


Microsoft Windows XP

Bitsadmin is not a standard tool in XP, so you need to download Windows support tool here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18546 follow the installation Instructions, after installation its possible to run bitsadmin from CMD as administrator.

If using PAC file to define proxy setting use those 3 lines

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy networkservice AUTOSCRIPT http:\\PROXYURL

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localsystem AUTOSCRIPT http:\\PROXYURL

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice AUTOSCRIPT http:\\PROXYURL

e.g.

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice AUTOSCRIPT http:\\10.1.1.20\proxy.pac

Using manual proxy URL

bitsadmin /util /setieproxy localsystem MANUAL_PROXY PROXYURL:PORT “”

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice MANUAL_PROXY PROXYURL:PORT “”

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy networkservice MANUAL_PROXY PROXYURL:PORT “”

e.g.

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localsystem MANUAL_PROXY 10.1.1.20:8080 “”

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice MANUAL_PROXY 10.1.1.20:8080 “”

bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy networkservice MANUAL_PROXY 10.1.1.20:8080 “”

To remove proxy settings on system accounts use this command for each account.

e.g. bitsadmin /util /setIEproxy localservice NO_PROXY

To check if proxy settings has been set on those accounts.

Bitsadmin /util /getIEproxy localservice

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