this will help Got the workaround answer to my Own question. So the necessary file is ".condarc" (content of my file is similar to the one I have pasted in the question). Second, I have asked my IT security team to add the list of web URLs (which conda contacts to for downloading the package) in the exception list. That is it. It is working as of now. Command prompt is not asking for Proxy userId/password. The Urls that i have asked them to add in the exceptions list are :
wish help you to fix your issue Indeed pip doesn't pick proxy settings from .condarc. But it will use HTTPS_PROXY environment variable if present. Just add this line to .bash_profile: export HTTPS_PROXY=https://user:pwd@proxy_host:port
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