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Outlook Web Access page rendering not completing and red crosses in white boxes where icons should be

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Small Business Server 2003 SP2
Exchange Server SP2

When accessing the OWA using external i/p address of server with \exchange the login box is presented and authentication will complete. When the OWA page is presented the page will not complete the loading process and white boxes with red crosses are displayed.
Using https\\external i/p address\exchange the page rendering completes.

From browser within the same platform using 127.0.0.1\exchange the same symptoms exist.

Research suggested perhaps corruption on the web pages article id 883380 and steps to resolve using 3 methods however my thoughts on this are that the same pages are displayed using http and https

Any ideaswould be gratefully received.
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You need to install this hotfix on exchange 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911829
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I have applied the hotfix as suggested however i have no change in the symptoms
Many thanks for suggestion
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This sorted the problem



C:\Program Files\Exchsrvr\exchweb and all of its subfolders did not have the IUSR_ permissions set and therefore wouldnt allow people to get the images etc. hence the red crosses.

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Many Thanks
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