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    Default GIS Editor

    Hello

    I'm trying to use GIS Editor in zenon Energy Edition v8.00 build 53129
    I have connect to internet using proxy.

    May GIS Editor connect to map provider with proxy?

    If yes how to set proxy configuration?

    I made it in License manager but its don't work.
    I tested automatically and manual configuration too.
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    Default Re: GIS Editor

    The 'Licence Manager' - like the name of the tool is suggesting - is for licensing of zenon; not for configuration of access for other features.

    If the provider of GIS maps is a proxy - so not a predefined provider - then you have to setup GIS to use offline storage on HDD (local or network driver): setting 'Cache mode' = CacheOnly. And then you have to assure that the maps on HDD are updated (from proxy) regularly, but this shall be done by you (or some additional tool). The zenon GIS tool supports only the predefined provides.  

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    Default Re: GIS Editor

    Thank you for the answer.
    It's very strange that you didn't add proxy settings to internet connection. Usually industrial network
    haven't direct connection to providers.

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    Default Re: GIS Editor

    As usually all computes in the industrial networks have only connection to the local Ethernet domain - no PC which could be a gate for an external intrusion - then they are using the off-line storage - the 'cache only' option. If you need the proxy - contact your local COPA-DATA representative officially to order it.
    And make sure that your proxy will be not a gate for intrusion.
    Last edited by ursulak : 29th April 2019 at 07:54 Reason: completed

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