Many organizations today use proxy servers to protect their users from intrusion and to use smaller amounts of publicly routed IP addresses. A proxy is a server that sits between you and the Internet. It receives all client requests to the Internet, fulfills the request itself, and then sends the information to the client. When creating network connections, you may need to configure a proxy in order to gain access to the Internet or other external servers. It is also suggested that you (or your network administrator) configure GeoView proxy server settings to match the ones of your organization's network.
Proxy Server settings in Options dialog
GeoView supports customizing following proxy server properties:
For more info please see following topics: