Code: Windows Registry Editor Version 5. Because my company doesn't use proxy autodetection, I have to manually enable and disable the proxy settings. Ask User To Enable A Proxy Server This script will pop-up a message box asking whether or not the user wants to use a proxy server. Also, in this case, it is more like a per-user setting than a system-wide setting. Is there a way to make the. Let me know what you think, and please offer any tweaks or improvements that could make them even better. The script instantiates the WshShell object i.
You can avoid that in case if it is work pc if you create a local user need administrative rights and then login. Offer your insight in the comments section below. Quit When you run it, the user sees the following prompt. Thanks in advance, Mark Thanks for your replies so far. However when i run a music app called cubase 5, i hear all sorts of squeaks and glitches when i simply move my cursor around the screen.
With these batch files I would run one of them, enter a time, enter a description and that was it. Because accessing a specific registry entry is significantly more predictable, it's the better approach. Proxy settings are one of these. I did it in C , but the philosphy is the same, writing to the registry, so the following instructions can be extrapolated to line command. Next, create a batch file with Notepad:. Settings would be like this A - Home page - about :blank A. In my case, the 'Automatically detect settings' is always enabled, so I switch the value of byte 8 from 09 to 0B and viceversa to enable and disable the proxy.
The home settings would need to remove both of the above boxes. You can tweak the script to use your favorite anonymous proxy. I want to make them all the same. I don't need a complex script to do anything fancy. This is particularly noticeable with audio and image files - but I often have identical file names in different formats or sizes. One common thing many people do to protect their identity when visiting certain websites or while working on the Internet while away from home, is to make use of proxy servers. Did you try any of these scripts? What we really want to do is toggle those settings only when and where you really want to.
If yes, then the script will enable proxy servers and fill in a hard-coded anonymous proxy server. How can I script this task? Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hello Everyone, I have kind of an odd question, I have been looking into changing file type icons when I came across an interesting conflict. You need to change them in a way that forces the process to re-read the settings. I hold no copyright for this, so share and modify as you like. Click on the one you want to apply, it may ask if you want to apply it to regisry, click yes.
Thanks Jake This may not be exactly what you want but you could always use your host file to redirect or simply block websites that may distract you. Quit When you save this as a. I'm guessing that you want to have the same settings for multiple computers, or to allow you to easily change the settings back if you made any changes or are doing a clean installation? If you were to try to do. In the code at callout A in Listing 4, the script sets an object reference for StdRegProv to the objRegistry variable. Is the script meant to be a simple toggle every time it's executed or is do you need a trigger? Hi all, I'm in need of an example script that i can change accordingly to my working environment.
As the code at callout A in Listing 3 shows, RegWrite takes as many as three parameters. Quit You set set this up to run on startup, and the computer will automatically configure the Internet settings as needed. Batch file will do it for you. For example, certain windows might or might not be opened or the task bar might be repositioned. Shell , then calls the object's RegWrite method.
In my case, I have two scripts, enable. Image credit: Explore more about: ,. General Discussion So I am looking to create some kind of batch file or script where I can click on it. If there is no response, we know the user is away from the office and will allow the script to go to the next step. Similarly, when I get home, I would like to click another icon to do the reverse. If there is a response, the script will close out with a message. Hi, I am doing exams soon so I need to start studying.
The actual hex values are much longer. Can anyone make it possible using a batch file? I have to add that I was testing this all the time with Chrome. Prompt User To Type Proxy The other approach is to ask the user what exact server they want to use. Batch file is a file which contains the set of multiple commands which it runs in powershell at once. Backup and Restore How to create a batch file that will move files based on the file type? I can say that my approach is different - I'm using a reg file and a batch to import the reg file settings in. There are other scripts which can be used to implement certain operations.