Hello, please, is it possible to configure a proxy just to allow an application (#ZOOM) to access the Internet? By default, according to our security policy, thin terminals must not have access to the Internet globally.
Hello Claude, not an application for the moment, only ports/addresses.
But you could use a Proxy with whitelisting (instead of whitelisting and set it system-widely:
or work with a hostfile (huge effort in my opinion):
If you only want Zoom use a proxy you could add a few environment variables into the commandline which starts zoom.
This is enough for my zoom to use a proxy:
(needs to be one line)
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