How To Install And Configure CCProxy 8.0



CC Proxy Server can act as an HTTP, mail, FTP, SOCKS, news, telnet and HTTPS proxy server. It features powerful account management functions, including Internet access control, bandwidth control, Internet web filtering, content filtering and time control. It also provides web caching, online access monitoring, access logging and bandwidth usage statistics functions. ~

CCProxy is compatible with Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP and Vista.

Download the setup file


CCProxy is installed on Windows 7 in this tutorial

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Provide the installation destination

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Review before continuing installation process

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Finish Installation

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CCProxy Configuration

Click Account tab


Choose Permit Only and IP Address

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Then Click New

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Provide a User Name, IP Address and Web Filter

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Configure Web Filter (Provide websites to be blocked)

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Click OK to finish Account configuration

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Alternative method

You can scan the IP Addresses too by providing an IP Range

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Monitor the graph when users access the internet

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Configure Client’s Proxy Settings

Internet Explorer Configuration

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Firefox configuration

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