Hi

You do not specify which proxy server it is, for example MS TMG ( CNTLM auth ) / Squid. For CNTLM based authentication you could make use of the CNTLM application in most repositories to run a local proxy instance and configure your galaxy user environment with http_proxy=http://localhost:8080. This is only if you need specific stuff you would like your galaxy environment to make use of. For squid you could make use of other methods.


However, if you are navigating via the "Get Data" section, BioMart Central Server, your authenticated browser will retrieve the data of the BioMart server into iframe.

Hope this helps.

Cheers



On 13/08/2013 11:16, Jurgens de Bruin wrote:
To All,

I am in the process of setting-up a local galaxy server.

To access the internet we are required to go trough a authenticated proxy server before any web-services can be accessed. So my questions is how will galaxy handle this?


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Jurgens de Bruin


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