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Re: I need an example of a satisfactory policy for IE6

From: <rgrissom@lexmark.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 08:41:22 -0500
Message-Id: <200202141341.IAA01047@interlock2.lexmark.com>
To: "Lennart Regebro" <lennart@regebro.nu>
Cc: www-p3p-policy@w3.org


You will have to pass a compact policy via the http request header to have 3rd
party cookies validate via IE6.

Their are examples in the deployment appendix of the w3c P3P site describing how
to set up Apache, IIS, NCSA and CERN type HTTPD. Their has also been discussions
on adding additional documentation for other servers. If you need info on
Netscape Enterprise or I-planet check out the I-planet knowledge base.

Robert Grissom



"Lennart Regebro" <lennart%regebro.nu@interlock.lexmark.com> on 02/14/2002
05:23:39 AM

To:   www-p3p-policy%w3.org@interlock.lexmark.com
cc:    (bcc: Robert Grissom/Lex/Lexmark)
Subject:  I need an example of a satisfactory policy for IE6



After two days of reading specs and getting to understand P3P, I now feel I
have complete control and understanding of how things work. I have a policy
that the w3.org validator likes, and IBMs software that I used to create it
also likes the policy. It does not contain any of the tags Microsofts IE6
document labels as unsatisfactory. I have cleared the cache. removed the
cookies and restarted IE6. It still does not like my cookies, and rejects
them when used as third party cookies.

I give up.

I need a complete example of a full policy and compact policy that is knows
to work with IE6 as third party cookies to test things with, so that I can
safely rule out that there is something wrong in my policy. Does anybody
have an example of this?
Received on Thursday, 14 February 2002 08:41:38 GMT

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