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Hi All; We are integrating a few products that require portal capture and integration with proxies.  Is there a way we can force traffic for http and https to use a proxy with specified settings, this might be a n00b question as I didn't go head to toe through the postings yet.

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As far as I know there is no way for PA to force the traffic to a proxy server for HTTP and HTTPS traffi.

It might be possible to use policy based forwarding to push all of the http and https traffic to your proxies if you were to put the proxies in another zone.

I have done Policy Base Forwarding only with http thou works good so far, I don't have https implemented yet.

Do you think there would be a problem with HTTPS? Was there a problem?

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Also this could all be avoided if I could forward to an ICAP server and depending on the response deliver a portal page.

I don't have ssl intercept enable on my proxy, that's why I did not send traffic to it.

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Okay I setup request and response and SSL intercept on the proxy.  The million dollar question is whether the security filtering will still apply for the PBR if I forward to the proxy.  I need to make sure my security profiles and url filtering happens before I allow traffic to the proxy.

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