Proxy bypasses policy manager?
Posted by: MXB
Date: June 25, 2011 08:50AM

This is unexpected. Not the way it works in Opera. Bug?

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Re: Proxy bypasses policy manager?
Posted by: disrupted
Date: June 26, 2011 08:05PM

that's not possible. either the proxy server blocks some js elements, this will affect page access regardless of using policy manager or not. some proxy servers can be too slow to load the page entirely and will appear as if blocking js.. try to use another address; check samair.ru for list of reliable codeen servers. if you mean online proxies/anonymisers; those have the proxy domain prefixing the target website

e.g: http://www.faceoxy.com/index.php?q=http%3A%2F%2Fkmext.sourceforge.net&hl=2e1

again this has nothing to do with policy manager and the settings for this proxy can be customised separately on the website itself

Re: Proxy bypasses policy manager?
Posted by: MXB
Date: June 28, 2011 11:26AM

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disrupted
if you mean online proxies/anonymisers; those have the proxy domain prefixing the target website
e.g: http://www.faceoxy.com/index.php?q=http%3A%2F%2Fkmext.sourceforge.net&hl=2e1
again this has nothing to do with policy manager and the settings for this proxy can be customised separately on the website itself

No that's what puzzles me. Policy manager global policy is reject js. That would include the proxy I'd have thought. I didn't whitelist the proxy.

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