I'm trying to create new environment using ArcPro 2.4 and also trying using command prompt but it shows error and that is.
I've also noticed in the past:
From one source aws server ip:
is accessible using manual proxy server only.
only available using the .pac setup script
In order for the .example.com addresses to work, I had to add *.example.com to the list of exceptions for the manual proxy server.
This is weird because in another equivalent server ( which has the same proxy/lan configurations----except the *.example.com exception) can reach both sites using the .pac setup script.
Other aws servers even only require the .pac setup script only!
I reference something similar here:
First, I had my company cyber team whitelist the recommended Esri and Conda urls to be allowed on the proxy:
Then, I resolved by adding the http_proxy and https_proxy system environment variables:
Configure conda for use behind a proxy server (proxy_servers)
By default, proxy settings are pulled from the HTTP_PROXY and HTTPS_PROXY environment variables or the system.
set them to http: http://proxy_server:port and https: https://proxy_server:port, respectively
After installing the Esri package, I removed those environment variables, since they were conflicting with access to other urls.
Alternatively, within anaconda itself, set these configurations:
conda config --set proxy_servers.http http://proxy_server:port
conda config --set proxy_servers.https https://proxy_server:port