El mié, 02-07-2008 a las 14:26 +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen escribió: > [RalfGesellensetter] > > Some months ago, Nigel (AFAIR) posted a hint how to block unsecure > > browsers by squid. It works well in my school. > > Perhaps something to enable by default? > I sent to Nigel the needed block, as in Extremadura we use it by default. IE browsers are blocked, except when they access to the MS security update sites, to allow security updates if some windows machine is needed). If Debian Edu does not enable it by default, we'll do it anyway later, so from our point of view, it would be great if you do it. > > BTW: Openoffice hangs if you drag&drop an image from a browser into a > > text document: Reason: Missing Proxy settings! As a workaround I > > provide default settings for any user: > > Good catch. Can it use automatic proxy configuration? > > > I already added to http://www.ooowiki.de/InstallierenInGroßenNetzen that > > you have to change the "Settings"-Node > > in /usr/lib/openoffice/share/registry/data/org/openoffice/Inet.xcu > > to look like this: > > > > <node oor:name="Settings"> > > <prop oor:name="ooInetHTTPProxyName" oor:type="xs:string"> > > <value>10.0.2.2</value> > > </prop> > > Why are you hardcoding the IP address, and not using the webcache DNS > alias intended to make it easier to change to a separate proxy? OTOH, we use transparent proxy in our networks (bypassing ftp & https connections to the router instead to squid). I remember some time ago you told me that you could not do it because of something related with this proxy setup. is it still needed?. If you still need it, will this setup conflict with our transparent proxy in some way? Regards. José L.
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