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Luna: Cannot access marketplace through proxy (Kepler works)

Time:November 30
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Hi
I just tried to upgrade my eclipse to Luna from Kepler, but I cannot access the Eclipse Marketplace or any update site in Luna. I'm behind a proxy (that man-in-the-middles ssl-connections to scan the communication for viruses).
In Kepler it works on the same machine with the "Native" network Provider (Preferences -> General -> Network Connection).
Luna with "Native" outputs the following error Information when trying to open the Eclipse Marketplace:
Cannot open Eclipse Marketplace
Cannot install remote marketplace locations: Cannot complete request to http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p: HTTP Proxy Authentication Required: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p
Cannot complete request to http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p: HTTP Proxy Authentication Required: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p
HTTP Proxy Authentication Required: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p
Proxy Authentication Required
Cannot complete request to http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p: HTTP Proxy Authentication Required: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p
HTTP Proxy Authentication Required: http://marketplace.eclipse.org/catalogs/api/p
Proxy Authentication Required
The "Network Connection" configuration is identical between Luna and Kepler (you can't change the Native provider anyway). I also tried the "Manual" provider with specifying my login details for authentication, but it doesn't work (doesn't work in Kepler as well). The "Direct" provider fails to resolve hostnames, as expected.
In Luna's eclipse.ini I use the same truststore configuration as in Kepler and I copied the truststore.jks into Luna's root directory:
--launcher.appendVmargs
-Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore=truststore.jks
-Djavax.net.ssl.trustStorePassword=***
-Djavax.net.ssl.keyStore=truststore.jks
-Djavax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword=***
I'd be grateful for any ideas what could be the cause of this different behaviour.
Thanks and regards,
Konstantin
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I had a similar problem.
I saw somewhere that you should clear SOCKS entry in Network connections and be in manual Active Provider.
Then restart Eclipse to apply changes.
It worked for me.