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  • 1.  Using Cloud Proxy On Devices Where the Agent Cant Be Installed

    Posted May 17, 2024 05:08 PM

    Might seem like a **** question. We are using the Cloud Proxy service for users and all is well. However we also have devices that use a "synthetic" user type system (for reference its Thousand Eyes) - which needs to connect to the internet. The issue is that we cant install the Cloud agent on these devices as they are (basically) switches.

    Has anyone got experience of using Thousand Eyes with Cloud Proxy that could point us in the right direction



  • 2.  RE: Using Cloud Proxy On Devices Where the Agent Cant Be Installed

    Broadcom Employee
    Posted 30 days ago

    Hi Paul,

    These are the access methods for WSS/Cloud SWG: https://knowledge.broadcom.com/external/article/168150/web-security-service-access-methods.html

    You could route the clients transparently to CloudSWG if they have static IPs and you can PBR it, or if they are PAC/PROXY aware set a PAC in AutoConfigURL reg key and/or ProxyServer reg key in HKCU or HKLC hives. The hive depend upon if the service runs in local user or local computer context