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How can I prevent safari to redirect the user to the google search page for addresses with custom top-level domains?

Given an address of the type http://application.test where test is a primary zone on our intranet, if I enter either:

Then Safari correctly resolves the name and opens the page, if I enter:

  • application.test

Then Safari assumes it is a search query and redirects the user to the google search page.

Is it possible to prevent this in any way which does not involve the user itself?

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May be you should turn off web suggestions and/or use private mode to go to your intranet domains –  Eir Nym Mar 9 '13 at 22:46
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