I have a 3 server domain running Windows Server 2003 R2 with one of the them being a terminal server. When a domain user goes to a website that requires Adobe Flash player to view, the page does not display the content, just a red X. The latest flash player is already installed on the terminal server. When I try to manually install the the player from Adobes website, the active-X bar does not even pop up and prompt you the user to install. If I make the user a domain admin, the content appears on the website. When I change him back to a domain user, the content does not appear. I have tried allowing and enabling all active-X functions in IE, installing the flash player as the user while a domain admin and searched local and domain polices surrounding active-x controls. Since this appears to be a permissions issue, it there a GPO that I missed?