|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
The FPCClientAutoScript object represents the properties of the automatic script used by browsers to work efficiently with multiple servers in an array.
You can set an option for the opening of a Web browser by a client, so that ISA automatically downloads a client configuration script located on the ISA Server computer. This script is downloaded to the browser on a client computer and is executed against every URL that the browser requests. This takes away some of the routing work that members of an ISA server array usually perform. The output of this script provides an ordered series of ISA servers that the browser uses to retrieve the object specified by the URL. The script is stored at a specific URL on any ISA server in an array. You can easily update all Web browser settings without having to reconfigure each individual Web browser.
Alternatively, you can construct your own configuration script and place it on your Web server. When a Web browser looks for the configuration script, your Web server intercepts the request and returns the custom script to the browser.
The FPCClientAutoScript object is a property of the FPCWebBrowserClientConfig object.
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This object implements the IFPCClientAutoScript interface.
The following table lists the methods of the FPCClientAutoScript object.
|Refresh||Reads the object's configuration information from persistent storage, discarding any changes to the configuration that were not saved.|
|Save||Saves the object's configuration to persistent storage.|
The following table lists the properties of the FPCClientAutoScript object.
|BackupRoute||Gets the client backup route.|
|BypassLocalServers||Gets or sets whether a client will bypass the Web proxy for requests that do not include a dot.|
|DirectAddressDestinations||Gets a reference to the FPCDirectAddressDestinations collection.|
|DirectIpDestinations||Gets a reference to the FPCDirectIpDestinations collection.|
|IncludeLDT||Gets or sets whether to include the Local Domain Table (LDT) addresses in the list of direct-access servers.|
Windows NT/2000: Requires Windows 2000.
Version: Requires ISA Server 2000.