What can not be changed?

 

Restrictions on Changes

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an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">If you register a domain, you are able to control <a class="intfaqlink" href="/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=6&id=68&artlang=en">an style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica;">most aspects of this domainan>a>:an>

  • an style="font-size: small;">domain attributes (locks, privacy)
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an style="font-size: small;">In case you have access to a domain because somebody else assigned you a role ('permissions') for this domain, you only are able to modify aspects limited by this role (=><a class="intfaqlink" href="/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=5&id=446&artlang=en"> How to grant roles (= grant permissions to others)?a>). an>

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an style="font-size: small;">Important: You are obliged to enter only valid and true address and identity information for Whois data. This is a requirement of all domain registries.  an>

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