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Crystal Report Menu Bar not loading  in ASP.Net application

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I have written an ASP.Net 2.0 application in Visual Studio 2005 which is using Crystal Reports IX R2.
The application is installed on an applications server which is also running other ASP.Net application (but all are DotNet1.1) and using Crystal Reports IX.

The merge module for Crystal IX R2 has been installed on the server.

Here's the issue....
The older Crystal IX reports work fine.
Now, in my new application when I run the report in the application, the report works however the top menu bar of Crystal is only loading X'ed images (see attached document to see the image).

I've checked the permissions on the virtual directories for both crystalreportsviewer11 and crystalreportsviewer115 and both are identical. Permissions to the folders are the same.

Ideas?
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Thank you mlmcc.

I think we found our issue, when the Crystal Reports Merge Module was installed it installed the aspnet_client folder in the default Inetpub location on the C drive.

The virtual directory was pointed to the Inetpub in which we run our web applications off of, on another drive!

The answer was so simple, it baffled us!
Thank you!
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