How Do You Get a Jenkins Plugin to Work That Normally Uses the Internet When You Have No Internet Access?

Problem scenario
Your Jenkins server has no access to the internet.  You are trying to run a  Jenkins job that involves a plugin.  You receive a 407 error when a job runs.  You look at the console output and see error that deals with being unable to connect to a website.  How do you customize a Jenkins plugin to retrieve installation media from an internal server instead of a default website URL?

Go to Manage Jenkins -> Global Tool Configuration.  Find the plugin.  Modify the plugin configuration there.

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