Last post Oct 29, 2012 12:45 PM by rahulraja
Oct 28, 2012 09:43 AM|rahulraja|LINK
I have created an asp.net application where all the images are inside Image folder and css files are in Styles folder. We have published the application in
IIS7.5 and the operating system is Windows 7 Ultimate edition. This application is an intranet application
Everything is running fine in all the browsers on the server machine where the web application has been published in the IIS 7.5. But when we are trying to access the web application over intranet from some other machine using
Browser IE9(Internet Explorer 9), images and styles are not getting rendered on the browser. However, the same images and styles are getting rendered on Firefox and other browsers when accessed from the client machine. The
website is published using localhost (instead of IP address) but is accessed via intranet from other machine using IP address.
I tried to access the images in the IE9 browser from the image folder directly on the client machine but nothing showed up not even any error message. I am using form authentication. I am not sure why this is happening. How is this even possible that
images and styles(css) from image folder and style folder respectively are showing up in Firefox but the same is not rendering in IE9.
I have googled on the issue and tried out all the possible solutions but nothing has worked for me so far.
Kindly help me as I am at a fix now about what could be done to solve the problem. I need your help immediately as my client is getting desparate and my bosses are also getting rattled and no solution seem to have worked for me so far.
I have deployed the application in an orgaization intranet network which other employees are suppose to access via their machines using IE9 only.
Thanks in advance.
Oct 28, 2012 05:49 PM|Gaspard|LINK
This link may help
Oct 29, 2012 04:18 AM|rahulraja|LINK
Hi, thanks for you instant reply. I have gone throw the link that you provided and followed the steps given on the link but it did not work. As per the link I needed to check the Show Pictures options under Multimedia section of Advanced Tab in Internet
Options, which I did. But that option of Show Pictures is already checked in my case. Moreover I have also reset IE9 to the Default configuration as given in the link but that too did not work.
Kindly let me know if anybody has any answer to my problem.
Oct 29, 2012 11:47 AM|Gaspard|LINK
In such scenario I would start by debugging in IE9
Oct 29, 2012 12:45 PM|rahulraja|LINK
Hi Gaspard, thanks for your reply. I will try with your suggestion and keep you posted about my findings.