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Title : IDN Resolution in Windows Internet Explorer 5.0 and
Author(s) : Y. Arrouye
Filename : draft-arrouye-idn-ie5-resolution-00.txt
Pages : 6
Date : 03-Jul-01
This document describes how internationalized domain names (IDNs) are
being resolved in the Windows Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser
version 5.0 and above. The resolution that is described in this
document is currently available on a limited basis for an existing
test bed. This document focuses on the different steps that are taken
after a user enters an IDN in the address bar of IE, up to when the
relevant Web page is displayed in the user's browser.
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