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Samsung ES6100 Smart TV Proxy

by rusulucian85 / November 16, 2012 6:18 PM PST

Hello all,

Is there any way to use proxy with authentication on ES6100 *not quite* Smart TV ?

I actually want to display an internal webpage into my company, and the bloody device doesn't want to start the web browser, because it doesn't "feel" internet connection ..
My network, access internet, through a proxy server with authentication ...

How could i set proxy to my TV, or how to open the internet browser, to be able to connect to my internal webpage?

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You won't like this answer.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 17, 2012 1:38 AM PST

We had such a thing to get done and we stuck a netbook in to do the work. The boss thought they could do away with the PC but no one figured it out and I was not tasked to do it either. I think I'd cheat again.
Bob

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by rusulucian85 / November 18, 2012 2:41 AM PST

you are right. I really don't like your answer Grin

I need to set up 8 displays, so 8 notebooks + 8 TVs .. Happy it will kinda get out from the allocated budget for this project Sad

Maybe somebody else had found a solution, and it will share it with us..

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At that many sets, call it in.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 18, 2012 5:24 AM PST
In reply to: :)

You might want to get into the OEM/Contractor or special versions for such work.
Bob

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