Error message in Internet Explorer when you click a hyperlink that links to a file whose name contains UTF-8-encoded characters: "The page cannot be displayed"
This issue occurs if the following conditions are true:
• The hyperlink is a uniform resource identifier (URI) that links to a file.
• The file name contains UTF-8-encoded characters.
In the URI, the UTF-8-encoded characters are interpreted as a byte according to the current codepage. The meaning of the UTF-8-encoded characters in non-US-ASCII varies, depending on the locale in which the document is viewed.
To work around this issue, do not use percent-encoded octets to represent non-US-ASCII characters. To represent a non-US-ASCII character, you must use that non-US-ASCII character directly in the encoding of the document in which you write the URI.