Internet Explorer

    Internet Explorer 5.01 SP2 Update: Connectivity and Certificate Display Issues

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    This update fixes an issue where Internet Explorer fails to connect to a web site that uses "connection: close" header during a keep-alive connection. It also fixes an issue where a web page displays HTTP header information or an "HTTP/1.1 302 Object moved" message.
    • Version:

      5.01

      File Name:

      q811383.exe

      Date Published:

      3/14/2003

      File Size:

      358 KB

        When you use Internet Explorer to connect to Web sites that use the "Connection: Close" header during a keep-alive connection, Internet Explorer may enter an infinite loop of trying to connect to the site. The expected behavior when this problem occurs is for Internet Explorer to continue trying to connect until the port times out or is reset.

        Internet Explorer also may not show a client certificate when you try to connect to a secure Web site after you are prompted for authentication by the secure site. The expected behavior when this problem occurs is that the client certificate that is used to connect to the secure Web site is not available in the list of available certificates that you can select from for authentication validation by the secure Web site. In some cases, you might receive a "Page cannot be displayed" error message when you try to connect to the secure Web site.
    • Supported Operating System

      Windows 2000

        This update applies to Internet Explorer 5.01 SP2 with the following operating systems:

        Windows 2000
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