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The Proxy Administration
Managing Proxies
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4. Click
Proxy Admin
Proxy Admin
Proxy Admin
Proxy Admin
. The Proxy Administration dialog box appears.
The
Status
Status
Status
Status
box shows whether proxy service is Running or Stopped:
If proxy service is Stopped, click
Start
Start
Start
Start
to run it.
If proxy service is Running, click
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
to stop it.
Alternatively, if you are using Windows NT 4.0, you can start and stop proxy service
as follows:
1. Click
Start
Start
Start
Start
>
Settings
Settings
Settings
Settings
>
Control Panel
Control Panel
Control Panel
Control Panel
.
2. Double-click
Services
Services
Services
Services
.
3. Select
ProxyServer Service
ProxyServer Service
ProxyServer Service
ProxyServer Service
.
4. Click either
Start
Start
Start
Start
or
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
.
If you are using Windows 2000:
1. Click
Start
Start
Start
Start
>
Programs
Programs
Programs
Programs
>
Administrative Services
Administrative Services
Administrative Services
Administrative Services
.
2. Double-click
Services
Services
Services
Services
.
3. Select
ProxyServer Service
ProxyServer Service
ProxyServer Service
ProxyServer Service
.
4. Click either
Start
Start
Start
Start
or
Stop
Stop
Stop
Stop
.
Recreating Proxies After Proxy Service Is Stopped
The proxy computers are listed in the
Existing Proxies
Existing Proxies
Existing Proxies
Existing Proxies
grid of the Proxy
Administration dialog box.
When proxy service stops, either explicitly or during Windows shutdown, all proxy
computers are deleted. Therefore, you must create new proxy computers before you
start proxy recording. For information about creating a proxy computer, see Creating
a Proxy Computer
on page 6-9.
Proxy service is not automatically shut down (and therefore, proxy computers are not
deleted) if you:
Exit Robot, but do not exit Windows.
Log off of your NT session, but do not exit Windows.