I have updated the Office 365 Proxy PAC tool to allow selection of the US Department of Defense XML feed for proxy bypass configurations.
You can see previous updates for the tool:
Update to the Office 365 Proxy PAC tool
Updates to Office 365 Proxy PAC Generator
And of course, the updated tool is available on the TechNet Gallery, with a couple of other bugfixes that some people reported (invalid characters/smart quotes appeared in some versions of the file, which have been corrected): https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Office-365-Proxy-Pac-60fb28f7 … [ Continue reading ]
The people have spoken.
I’ve updated the tool with a couple of features:
- Include the Skype for Business IP ranges in the proxy bypass list, since there are occasions that it is necessary.
- Added an option for *all* IP ranges in the XML feed for selected products to be added to the proxy bypass list
- Added an option for *only* IP ranges in the XML feed for selected products to be added to the proxy bypass list
- Added an option to export the IP ranges for selected products to a separate text file.
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I wrote the original Proxy PAC tool for a customer almost a year ago, and since have added a lot of new functionality. Rather than updating my previous blog posts about it, I thought I would start a fresh thread. If you want some background on how Proxy PAC files work and how to distribute them to your users via GPO or WPAD, I would suggest taking a look at my posts dealing with those topics:
Now, on to the new stuff.… [ Continue reading ]
Several months ago, I released a tool (the Office 365 Proxy Pac Gen) to generate a Proxy Automatic Configuration file that can be used to bypass local proxy servers for Office 365 services. I also wrote a blog (Office 365 PAC file) on using the tool.… [ Continue reading ]
When we talk about Office 365 services with our customers, a lot of the discussion revolves around the networking components. While we generally have a “good idea” of networking, we’re not experts in your technology and will frequently tell you to go talk to your vendors. … [ Continue reading ]