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How do I disable proxy authentication each time I open a webpage in Firefox?

February 26, 2011 by admin  
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Question by a_k_o: How do I disable proxy authentication each time I open a webpage in Firefox?

I’m at a university that requires http proxy authentication (credentials) each time I log in. Other browsers only ask me once the first time, but firefox asks me each time. How do I make it a once-off request in firefox?

Best answer:

Answer by Lfkjwelf
i have a suggestion: uninstall fire fox

this isnt 2005. firefox is the slowest and worst browser out there

get CHROME

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3 Responses to “How do I disable proxy authentication each time I open a webpage in Firefox?”
  1. Casanova says:

    To disable proxy server in fire fox 2.0 consider..
    Select Tools => Options.

    Select “Advanced” tab.

    Open “Network” tab.

    Click “Settings” button in the “Connections” area.

    Select the Direct Connection to the Internet radio button.

    Click OK.

  2. Bill M says:

    Under Privacy > Cookies, make sure it says “Keep until they expire”, not “until I close Firefox”.

  3. Soniya says:

    This is a good Web Proxy Site

    VISIT: http://www.PointProxy.com

    Share with your friends too

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