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    Images load intemitently

    Does anyone have an idea on how I can stop images loading with a red cross? When I refresh the page the image appears. See the attach screen shot. All the images have the Everyone read permission. Please Help!!!
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    Does it have anything to do with your RBC? Has their/your cache box been playing up?

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    Looking at your screenshot, you'll most likely be running IIS6 and .NET Framework 2.0. Try stopping and starting IIS6 services and if that makes no difference, run a repair on .NET Framework 2.0.

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    Its a local URL so the RBC should be effecting the page. And we dont have a cache box. Do you have any other ideas please?

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    The images are loading correctly on my machine using Firefox. But not loading correctly using IE. Anymore ideas I can try please??

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    Looks like you're running IE7 on XP. Have you tried deleting your cache and/or restoring IE7 to defaults? Tools > Internet Options > Advanced

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    This affects all the users internally and externally. I have started noticing the problem on FireFox this morning aswell. I really thought the re-install of .Net would have solved it

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    This affects all the users internally and externally. I have started noticing the problem on FireFox this morning aswell. I really thought the re-install of .Net would have solved it
    It could of been the case FF was using its cache. I'm pretty sure the problem is still .NET Framework 2.0 related. Have you applied the latest Service Pack? This may interest you

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    I updated the service pack but still the images sometimes load with crosses. I already have all the other versions of .net Hope there are more ideas out there?

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