I need to find my colleges IP address for Firefox connection settings...*HELP*

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  1. Funky Munky

    Funky Munky Chronic Masturbator OT Supporter

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    So I deleted Firefox off my USB key during the summer and I need to find my colleges IP address using the registry. A few people helped me out here before and its something to do with IEs registry entry so I can enter the address into FFs connection settings.

    Help computer crew!
     
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    My college Windows XP doesn't have a "Run" icon. Even in Classic menu view.

    Locked out? :wtf:
     
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    Found it and no luck. :wtc:
     
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    Do you mean the proxy server address?

    In IE go to internet options -> connections -> lan settings

    You might not be able to get to that if it is locked down with group policy.
     
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    try 'windows key + R'

    but shit is most likely locked down
     
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    I found the registry key I used last year but some digits can't be viewed.

    Am I fucked?
     
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    The proxyOverride setting you have circled means IE will not use the proxy server for localhost and addresses beginning with "172.17.". The asterisks are wild cards(match any number).

    I think you want the ProxyServer value.
     
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