We're using ansible on some windows servers.  The ansible_host is 
configured with a proxy and is preventing us from connecting to the windows 
hosts.  My current workaround involves manually exporting no_proxy with the 
windows  server IPs.  While this gets us connected, I still feel like there 
should be a better way to go about this.  I tried creating a localaction 
that would add the no_proxy entry to ~/.bashrc and reload bash, but it 
looks like ansible uses the same env that it initially started with.  I was 
wondering if there was a way for ansible to set up a local environment (not 
remote) during a playbook run that would setup no_proxy on its own. 

Any help is greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

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