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Java issue on Terminal Server 2K3

I have a user on the terminal server that can't access a website that needs to install a java applet.  This user currently does this fine with another very similar site.  When I login as the administrator on this server and go to the URL it loads just fine.  I have attempted to do this in install mode as well but this has no effect on the user that is having problems.  When I run IE as this user on the console of the terminal server I am hit with the same problem.  The site, when I am using the user's name is asking for Java SE Runtime Environment 6.0 Update 20.  This is already installed on the server.  Again, no problems as the admin.  
I have gotten this typ of problem corrected in the past by logging in as administrator and changing to install mode but this isn't having any effect this time.

Any ideas?
Windows Server 2003

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kloux

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Which browser? Does the user have problems with firefox or opera too (i.e if java is completely damaged, or this is just IE settings in user's profile)
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I have been using IE.  I don't have Firefox installed on the terminal server.
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A reinstall of the existing JRE version was needed.
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