NoMachine is nothing like a browser. The use case is completely different. When you’re setting up a browser to access the internet, everything you could ever want to connect to is behind the same proxy. I.e. you need the proxy in order to get *out*. When you’re remotely managing computers not accessing servers, you need the proxy to get *in*. If you’re managing multiple groups of computers, all behind different NAT firewalls, you will need a different proxy to access each group of computers. No automatic proxy setting can cope with that. This is why it’s essential to be able to set the proxy setting on a per-remote-computer basis, not on a per-installation basis.