We're moving away from the Iboss Cloud web filter and having issues uninstalling their filter agent from our environment. on some machines, it'll leave the proxy settings behind when the service is uninstalled and as a result every call to the web the computer does causes a popup asking to authenticate into the Iboss Proxy service (normally this is silently handled by the agent in the background.) the manual solution is to go and clear the proxy settings from the windows 10 settings menu. however, we're looking for some automated solution that we can deploy to our whole network to wipe these errant settings and I'm having trouble finding one. does anyone here have an idea or suggestions at resources to look into?
I've got SCCM and Group policy as tools i can utilize but again, my googlefu is failing me and i'm not finding what settings i need to push out to do the thing.
Why is Iboss blocking everything?
iBoss blocks websites by what group your username is in. There is a student group, a teacher group, an administrator group, and so on. There may be times when iBoss is unsure of your username and/or group.
How do I know if Iboss is installed?
To verify that the agent is running, you can navigate to your computer's "Services" interface (Search "Services" from the Start menu) and check to see that "IBSA" (iboss Security Agent) is present and running.
Why does Iboss exist?
The iboss cloud is designed to secure user Internet access. The iboss cloud focuses on the data once it leaves a device so that no matter what happens on the device itself, the data moving to and from the Internet is secured.