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Buttons/images not showing on Crystal Report objects after publislhing ASP.NET pages (Deployment Issues)

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Hi experts!  I have published an ASP.NET site that includes a page with an embedded Crystal Report IWO a CrystalReportViewer object.  When the report is returned on the web site, the CrystalReportViewer object's header buttons don't appear and the embedded images on the report don't appear.  I've checked the CR assembly versions and they appear to be correct.  The versions on the development machine, web config file and server are 11.5.3300.0 and 11.5.3700.0.  Has anybody had this problem?

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Both of the articles were for previous versions of CR but they definitely pointed me in the right direction!  Thanks so much for your help!
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Glad I could be of service....

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