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Network Settings Schema

Network settings specify how the .NET Framework connects to the Internet. The following table describes the function of each child configuration element under the <system.Net> Element (Network Settings).

Element

Description

<authenticationModules> Element (Network Settings)

Specifies the modules used to authenticate Internet requests.

<connectionManagement> Element (Network Settings)

Specifies the maximum number of connections to Internet hosts.

<defaultProxy> Element (Network Settings)

Specifies the proxy server used for HTTP requests to the Internet.

<mailSettings> Element (Network Settings)

Contains settings for mail sending options.

<requestCaching> Element (Network Settings)

Specifies the modules used to request information from Internet hosts.

<requestCaching> Element (Network Settings)

Configures basic network options for the System.Net namespace.

<webRequestModules> Element (Network Settings)

Specifies the modules used to request information from Internet hosts.

Uri settings specify how the .NET Framework handles web addresses expressed using uniform resource identifiers (URIs). The following table describes the function of each child configuration element under the <Uri> Element (Uri Settings).

Element

Description

<idn> Element (Uri Settings)

Specifies if Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) parsing is applied to domain names.

<iriParsing> Element (Uri Settings)

Specifies if International Resource Identifier (IRI) parsing is applied to a Uri and whether IRI parsing rules should be applied.

<schemeSettings> Element (Uri Settings)

Specifies how a Uri will be parsed for specific schemes.

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