How to configure proxy settings for the EPIC upload tool

Question 

Is it possible to configure EPIC to use a proxy server? If so, how do we correctly configure this?

Environment

All versions of the EPIC upload tool

Answer

In order to configure a proxy for EPIC, you need to edit the transport.properties file in the epic-client\conf folder on your system and provide the following information:

  • If a forward proxy server is required, remove the # symbol in front of the following properties, and then set the appropriate values:

#PROXY_SERVER_NAME=<proxy server name or ip address>
#PROXY_PORT=<proxy port number>

  • If the forward proxy server requires authentication, remove the # symbol in front of the following properties, and then set the appropriate values:

#PROXY_USERNAME=<proxy server username>
#PROXY_PASSWORD=<proxy server password>

  • If the proxy server uses NTLM authentication, remove the # symbol in front of the following property, and then set the appropriate value

#PROXY_NTLM_DOMAIN=<proxy domain>

After you're done, save the file. The configured parameters are used next time EPIC is launched.

For more information on using EPIC, see the online help.

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