What you can do, however, is use Group Policy to configure the basic browser proxy settings. For example, you can...
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create a computer-based policy to make all proxy settings per-machine rather than per-user. Do this within the Group Policy Object Editor under Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Internet Explorer, and then enable the per-computer option.
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