Purge Proxy settings (windows10)

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I have cleaned the registry, searched the whole registry, verified IE is reset and clean, and run the "netsh winsock reset proxy" Command.  But "netsh winhttp show proxy" still shows a proxy!! :(  I have even gone as far as disabling WPAD and DHCP, and it still persists.  I can use "netsh winhttp reset proxy" to temporarily remove the setting, but after a reboot it comes back.

 

Could the proxy settings be hiding someplace else besides the registry??

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I have nothing to add :(