This article will help you configure your Acronis Access Advanced desktop client to work through a proxy server.
If your deployment requires that the Access Advanced Desktop clients pass through a proxy, the instructions below will help you configure it.
When the client starts, it will check if there is a file named proxy.ini in its installation folder (by default C:\Program Files (x86)\Acronis\Access\Access Client). If the file is detected, the client will use the proxy server settings from it. The file is a standard INI file formatted as follows:
address = <proxy_server_address>
port = <proxy_server_port>
user = <username>
password = <password>
Note: The section name "[PROXY_SERVER]" is case-sensitive but the value names are not.
Note: 'user' and 'password' values are optional and not required for anonymous proxies.
If the file is parsed successfully, the client will write proxy information into its debug log.