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FTP Internet Explorer not Showing Images

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we have a FTP Site running in IIS and when we browse to it using Mozilla 3.0.11 (latest) and go to a .jpeg or .gif image it displays fine. When we try and do this in IE7 or 8 we just get a white box with a red X.

We have tried browsing to it locally in IE and it cannot display the image still.
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You are possibly looking in the wrong place. There are a number of issues on Google about ftp in IE 8. Plus, if Mozilla works, then it's doubtful that it's anything on the server.
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