Set up a proxy using an automatic configuration script
By default, Windows 10 is set to automatically detect proxy settings. However, this may not work when you’re connected to your company’s business network. One way to set up a proxy is to specify a script address that is given to you by the network administrator or by the company’s IT department. When using a configuration script for a proxy server, note that its address is similar to a URL (the address of a website), such as http://my.proxy.server:8000/.
To set a proxy using an automatic configuration script, follow these steps:
Click Network & Internet.
The list of network- and Internet-related settings appears.
The list of available proxy settings appears.
In the Automatic Proxy Setup section, set the Use Setup Script switch to On.
Enter the script address as it was given to you; then click Save.
Close Settings.Setting up an automatic proxy configuration script.
To disable the proxy, follow the same steps and, at Step 4, set the Use Setup Script switch to Off.