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Broken links to internet pages through isa 2000 sp2

Posted on 2004-08-19
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Users cannot see graphics and links appear to have a red "x" over them.  Security settings are set to low and it's on windows XP and 2k clients accessing the web through isa server 2000 sp2.  The problem varies with some sites being completely fine and other like mapquest look like a wall of red x's

Thanks in advance!
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This group that is having the problem belongs to "limited access" which a group that was set up and is applied to a destination set called "allowed sites"

The source code shows that the .gifs that show as broken links are referenced to domains that are not on the allowed sites set.  I added the domains where the .gifs come from but still did not work.

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On ISA2000 is somewhere a policy to prevent displaying GIF/JPEG pictures on the Browser, you should disable this policy to view this pictures... i think it was on the content filter section.
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I found the sites/domain that the source code refers to but cannot find anything in the destination sets that would block the gifs.  If you look at the source code for mapquest.com you can see that the gifs are at http://cdn.mapquest.com - there is nothing on ISA that blocks this site in fact I've added it to the allowed sites set - still nothing.
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gifs work fine for other sites
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