Change the registrant on a domain name registered through Network Solutions
In order to change the Registrant on a domain name registered through Network Solutions, you'll need to fill out an RNCA (registrant name change agreement).
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The form is available at http://www.netsol.com/en_US/makechanges/rnca/agreement.html.
A FAQ is available at http://www.netsol.com/en_US/help/reg-name-chg.jhtml.
Domain names are the familiar,
easy to remember names for computers on the Internet (such as internic.net).
characters for and length of your domain name
They correspond to a series of numbers (called Internet Protocol numbers) that
serve as routing addresses on the Internet.
Domain names are used generally as a convenient way of locating information
and reaching others on the Internet.
Letters and numbers are
always valid characters. Hyphens may also be used in but may not begin nor end
your domain name.
Spaces and special characters are never permitted.
The special characters include, but are not limited to, these special characters:
! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) ? "
You can use up to 67 characters
in your domain name, including the extension .COM, .NET, or .ORG.
You´ve got lots of options for establishing your Internet identity!
"www." and http://www.
are not considered part of your domain name and therefore don´t count towards
the 67 character total. An example of a valid domain name is: 67-character-web-addresses-are-available-from-networksolutions.com
WHOIS is a tool that is used to look up records in the VeriSign Registrar database.
There are different types of records in the WHOIS database, including:
WHOIS only contains domain
name entries for domain names with one group of characters to the left of the
dot, for example, netsol.com and not www.netsol.com.
If the record you are searching
for is not contained within the VeriSign Registrar WHOIS database, WHOIS will
access the Shared Registry System and the WHOIS services of other remote Registrars
to attempt to satisfy your search.
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