I work for a company that provides internet to the users through proxy servers located in the USA and Switzerland, which results in all kinds of inconveniences, of which the most annoying is the fact that just can't log on to Google without using my IT Helpdesk powers to circumvent the proxy, which implies disconnecting from the company LAN. Google will block any attempt of signing in from the locations of the proxy servers. I'm not going to give the damned thing my phone number, and I'm not going to change my password each time I want to log on. I've recognized those sign-in attempts countless times, but the thing won't understand that if I've recognized them before, I might want them to stay recognized.
I've looked at the help pages and they keep saying there are options to turn this off. I don't see these options. One says there's a button below the recent activity list. There's none that I can see. One guy wrote that if I go to the bottom of the main Gmail page... OK, I stopped right there. I don't have a Gmail account.
Please do help me. Each failed attempt at solving this makes me more frustrated, and I'm not sure what happens when the frustration limit is reached. I would prefer not to damage company property. It's not even that I can't log on to Google, but that I can't log on to anything that uses Google credentials, like this site.