Since dedicated proxies are charged by the hour, you'll want to keep an eye on your running proxies by visiting the Proxies Page:

You can review the running proxies on the top table and you'll also see a green badge next to the "Proxies" link showing you how many active proxies you have running (so you can quickly tell when you're logged in on other pages).

If the proxy you launched listed above is not being used by a workflow, then you'll see the "Terminate" button and can terminate it.

However, if the proxy is being used by an active workflow, you'll need to first terminate that workflow execution before you can terminate the proxy.

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