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PNG and GIF images not displaying in IE for users that aren't administrators

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All of a sudden, I have several XP SP3 users on our domain that cannot see PNG (e.g. Google logo) or GIF files in Internet Explorer 7. The problem resolves if I give the users local admin rights but reoccurs when I take the rights away. I have tried the fix from here but it didn't fix it. http://www.winhelponline.com/articles/202/1/PNG-images-are-not-displayed-on-Web-sites-in-Internet-Explorer.html
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After removing admin rights and adding them back again, that fix is no longer working either.
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Disregard the above statement.
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give full permissions to group or users on regsitry key HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Mime\Database\Content Type
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shahzamm, I will try this as soon as I can get back on that computer. Any idea why this would be randomly changing on computers across their network?
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Changing the permissions on that key works, any idea why this is randomly happening to all non-local administrators on their network?
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Still no idea why it happens..we have solution but not cause....

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