ScriptResource.axd and WebResource.axd Error ASP.Net

I have been getting a strange error with regards to WebResource.axd and ScriptResource.axd lately. The background information is as follows: I have developed a records management application with ASP.Net (Dot Net Framework Ver 2.0). The application is installed in 4 different locations (4 different customers) and each one is set up the same way. Each customer utilizes SonicWall as their firewall. I have the application errors forwarded to my blackberry and one particular customer continues to get the following error daily. It does not occur every time someone utilizes the application. It only occurs once or twice a day originating from different locations. I have checked and re-checked my settings in IIS and my application and I am stumped on this one. The error that I receive is 

Error Message: Compilation Error - Check server log.

Error Path: http://192.168.2.4/EWS/EWS/ScriptResource.axd

Or

Error Message: Compilation Error - Check server log.

Error Path: http://192.168.2.4/EWS/EWS/WebResource.axd

The correct virtual path should be http://192.168.2.4/EWS/ but somehow every now and then an extra /EWS is added to the path with throws an error.

Additional Info:

Server OS: Windows Server 2003 SP2, IIS 6.0, ASP.Net 2.0.50727. The server also has ColdFusion 7.0 installed on it (I don't know if this is an issue).

Client (Workstation) OS: Windows XP SP2, IE 8.0, AVG Virus Scan.

Im leaning towards an IE 8 issue or AVG Virus Scan. Is anyone familiar with any problems that they may cause with ASP.Net.  My other customers are all setup up with IE 7.0 and use the McAfee Virus Scan that comes with SonicWall. I do not get this error with my other customers.

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Respectfully,

Bernard Bobinski
BBobinskiAsked:
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BBobinskiAuthor Commented:
Resolved! It was IE 8.0. All the clients were rolled back to IE 7.0 and no more error messages. Microsoft is getting ridiculous.
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