How to Configure a Network Proxy in Windows 10

A network proxy is an intermediary that is a bridge between a local (such as devices in buildings or offices) and internet network. It can add an additional layer of privacy, security and improve performance when connected to Wi-Fi or Ethernet.

To configure a proxy for Windows 10 you can either use the settings app or manually edit your configuration. If you’re using the Settings app, click Proxy under Network & Internet. If the Use a proxy server switch is off, you can skip this step. If not, you’ll be required to turn on the switch. Fill in the details of your proxy server and port.

If you use proxy servers in a workplace or school environment or school, you might be advised by the IT administrator to use the Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Protocol (WPAD) script to set up the proxy automatically. This method is more reliable than manual configuration.

It is also recommended to disable any third-party applications that could interfere with or alter your network settings. This includes antivirus, VPN, and firewall software. This is particularly useful when the error message you receive states that “Windows did not detect automatically the proxy settings for this particular network.”

If nothing else works, you can try a reset of the system. This will erase all programs and drivers installed since the restore point was created and allow your system to restore default settings. This should resolve the issue that prevented you from connecting to the internet without receiving the error message.

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