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Default Changing Proxy Settings of Web Browser


I have developed a windows application ..on which there are three web browser controls...all

navigate to same web URL.... But for each web browser...proxy settings should be

different... currently i am setting proxy in registery...with following code

private void Change_IE_Settings(String strProxy, bool action)
RegistryKey RegKey =

Registry.CurrentUser.OpenSubKey("Software\\Microso ft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Internet

Settings", true);
if (action == true)
RegKey.SetValue("ProxyServer", strProxy);
RegKey.SetValue("ProxyEnable", 1);
RegKey.SetValue("ProxyEnable", 0);

But with these all three web browser's have same proxy settings...I need all three should

have different proxy settings.Please suggest solution or any alternate of this problem.

Thanks in advance

Connoisseur Infotech Pvt. Ltd.

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