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Windows 7: Entire OS (All Ports) Run Through A Proxy?


16 Apr 2011   #1

Windows 7 X64
 
 
Entire OS (All Ports) Run Through A Proxy?

Hi all -

As of this morning, online poker via PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, and Ultimate Bet were all shut down in the United States. Unfortunately, that is how I make my living (playing online at Full Tilt Poker).

Basically, anyone within the United States can no longer play for real money.

I was wondering if there was a way to set up a proxy for the entire OS to use (NOT just the proxy setting under CP>Internet Options>Proxy or whatever, since that only seems to work for the browser). Full Tilt Poker uses a separate client. I have tried to enable "use system proxy settings" within the FTP client, but it still can detect I am from the US (the proxy I use is from China).

I do have VM Ware that I can use for the client as well. If it's easier to set up VM Ware so my Virtual Machine is connected through a proxy I would rather do that. Please help!

Please keep all personal opinions and such to yourself, and don't worry about any other "problems" I may run into. I am here to find a solution to my problem listed above. Thanks


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