Internet Explorer 7 not displaying picture instead Red x is displayed.

Dear Friends,

I m using Internet Explorer 7 on Windows Server 2003 SP1 and all my users work on the server connecting thru Terminal Server. Few of my users are having problem with IE that image is not displayed instead red X shows up. I have compared Tools -> Advanced Tab settings with the users who can see the images on IE and it matches. Also checked for "View" menu "Auto Select" and "Encoding". Deleted the browsing history and temporary files number of times. Still didn't get success.

Simple way of testing is when I click "Help" -> "About Internet Explorer" for one user "Windows Internet Explorer 7" image is displayed where as for other Red "X".

Will highly appreciate if someone can help me fix this issue.
pjsgillAsked:
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
YThe first thing you need to run through are the troubleshooting steps outlined here:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/283807

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pjsgillAuthor Commented:
I have gone through this link already, but still my problem is not resolved. Is there any user level settings for IE in Windows 2K3.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
You say its just a few of your users?  Or perhaps it's a specific image type?  Can you check that out?  See if it's just .png images, for instance.

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pjsgillAuthor Commented:
It is .png images only, all users other than me including administrator logging to server are not able to view .png files on IE7. Where as I m able to view .png files (Iogin thru non-administrator account) and compared all my settings with other users still they are not able to view .png files.

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pjsgillAuthor Commented:
Hi Jeff,

The link you have given, provides the fix for Windows XP & Vista. I m using windows server 2003
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Sorry I didn't get a chance to respond.  My solution is valid.  Window Server 2003 IS just the server version of Windows XP, so it would still apply.

Jeff
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bobnlaCommented:
For what it is worth, I had same issues with png files not displaying but it was in Internet Explorer 8.
I lucked in to the solution and it seems it was compatabilty view updates issue

i follwed this link for IE8 reinstall
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/318378
This fixed the issue.
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cfituserCommented:
I am having the same problem with Internet Explorer 7.  I tried the suggestions posted here with no luck.
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