Retrieves a value that determines if the proxy should be bypassed to find the item or URL.
HRESULT get_LocalBypass( BOOL *pfLocalBypass );
[out, retval] Returns a pointer to a BOOL value that notes whether to bypass the proxy server to find an item or URL. TRUE to bypass the proxy (for local items); otherwise, FALSE.
Returns S_OK if successful, or an error value otherwise.
Proxy servers are used as a gateway between the local area network (LAN) and the internet, used primarily for security. A proxy server accepts requests for information—on other networks or the internet—from internal systems such as servers or work stations. The proxy server then forwards the request to the Internet resource, which keeps the address of the requesting system anonymous. When the information returns from the Internet resource, the proxy server routes the information back to the requesting system. For content on the LAN, it is not necessary to go through the proxy server to access your content; this potentially saves time and extra steps.
The value retrieved by this method helps the indexer identify how to work with content that is on a local domain or network. For nonlocal content, going through the proxy server may be appropriate, if not necessary.
The setting to bypass the proxy for local domains is stored in the indexer and is set using the ISearchManager::SetProxy method.