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Masood

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Hi all,
I know from KC documentation that the proxy auto-configuration file is served through KC_IP:3128/pac/proxy.pac.
I can access it through the above address. However, I need to modify it to forward special website traffics to another firewall.
Where this file is really stored on the KC folder or somewhere else?
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Carsten Maas (Kerio)

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Hello Masood,

actually it is not possible to alter the *.pac file, because this file
is generated by Control internally with each request. So it isn't
possible to introduce any manual change at customer's site.

Carsten Maas
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AMET4

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Hi,

as there are several new Version released since the latest Posts, is there now any opportunity to add Code to the PAC-File? We have the same requirements.

Can we access the Kerio Control Server via SSH?

Regards,
AMET4
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