Well, I hesitate to ask this question after seeing all the crazy
questions and answers surrounding the issue that have been offered
already, but as I read more, I just get more and more confused, so I'm
not really sure what to do. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

We've recently set up a Bordermanager HTTP proxy, and I want my users
to use it. I've been reading about WPAD and PROXY.PAC configurations,
but I'm not really sure what works and what doesn't, nor am I sure what
is best for our environment.

We run NW 6.5, with no internal webserver. I use netware for DHCP, and
a couple of windows (2k and 2k3 machines) for internal DNS.

I have mostly desktop users, with a few laptop users around the office.
I'd really like to automate the process of configuring IE (and
Firefox, where necessary) so that when they're in the office, they're
automatically pointed to the HTTP proxy.

>From what I understand, setting this up through DHCP (which is what I

think I'd like to do) doesn't really work. Apparently setting it all
up through DNS can work, but it looks like a webserver is needed, which
we don't have. Plus, my DNS is set up on windows machines. I'm not
sure I totally understand how to configure it in DNS, even if I can.
To be honest, I'm not even sure what domain <ourdomain.com> our netware
servers are configured with, nor do I know a great way to check.

Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. I apologize in advance if I
put this in the wrong thread. I couldn't decide whether it should go
here, or in border manager. Thanks in advance for any and all help!