Evaluation version of CProxy Server is available from the Internet at ftp://ftp.computalynx.co.uk/pub/CSoft/CProxy.zip.
CProxy's installation files are stored in a .zip file format and require a file extractor
to unpack them. We recommend Winzip for this
Installing from the Internet
- Download CProxy Server from the Computalynx Website and
save the archive to a temporary directory.
- Open Windows Explorer and locate the downloaded
- Double click on the archive filename to open it in
- Click Install from Winzip's toolbar to unpack the
installation files and launch the Setup Wizard.
Installing from CD-ROM
Following the registration of CProxy Server, you will receive a copy on CD for
backup purposes. To install from CD:
- Place the Computalynx CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive and close the
- If your CD is set to Auto Run, the installation menu will load
- Check CProxy Server.
- Click Install.
If you do not have Auto Run enabled, open Windows Explorer and run
cdsetup.exe from the CD drive.
The Setup Wizard
Setup Wizard is the program that installs CProxy Server to your computer, makes
the relevant taskbar shortcuts and creates the required registry entries.
- Once the Setup Program has been launched, you will be presented
with a welcome screen. Press Next to continue.
- You will then be asked where the program should be installed to. To
accept the default directory (recommended), click the Next button. You
can change the install directory by clicking Browse an selecting an
- The CProxy program files will now be copied to your hard drive.
- When the file transfer has been completed, the CProxy Server
program group will be created and installation is complete. It is recommended that you
restart the computer at this time.
Running CProxy Server for the first time
- To run CProxy, click on the Windows Start button.
- Select Programs and then locate the CProxy
Server program group.
- Click CProxy Server to run the application.
- CProxy will appear as an icon (white envelopes) in the system tray
located at the bottom right of the Windows taskbar.
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