[PROXYPER] Proxyper on Win98 with WSH
aramus at Manhattan.twilightstar.net
Wed Apr 21 18:54:22 EDT 1999
Isn't that a bad thing? If your company does not allow you to run the
distributed.net client, why try to circumvent around the rules?
On Wed, 21 Apr 1999, Tom Cramer wrote:
> I was browsing the list archives, and noticed someone saying it's possible
> to use the windows scripting host to hide the console. Does anyone have a
> script to do this that can run on startup or better, in runservices? Also,
> can it close the proxy correctly preventing block loss?
> Also, just for all those in the list thinking that I'm not running it with
> permission, here is the situation. At work, we have several computers
> dedicated to support for emulating clients problems. All run 95/98, and
> all are separated from the main network. The only way to get to the
> internet for them is to use a modem, hence the proxy on one to help add the
> ones without modems. Also, none of the computers on the isolated network
> are NT, so running it as a service in NT is not possible on that network.
> Besides being a pain to hook even one into the main network, it's strictly
> not allowed, to prevent virus or whatever floats around on that network
> from getting to work computers. Right now Dilbert Desktop Games seems to
> be on many of them.
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