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Can't see pictures in Web sites

Posted on 2011-09-23
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Hi,

I have TMG 2010 in my network. In the last days I noticed that I can't see the pictures from websites, and when I say websites, I mean websites that are allowed by TMG rules.

I made some searches in web but I got nothing to help me.
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by:Reubenwelsh
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Hi, have you read this from the TMG tech team?

This solved our problem a while back.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/isablog/archive/2010/11/24/when-accessing-tmg-report-hosted-on-iis-images-are-not-displayed.aspx
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by:kitsao
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Hi Reuben,

That won't solve my problem, I don't have report viewing problems, I just can't see the images in websites and I don't have IIS in my TMG Server.

I saw something about .png pictures and I've been told that might be the problem.

How do I solve it?
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kitsao earned 0 total points
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Hi,

Solved it by adding .png in Toolbox -> Content Types in TMG Console. Also had to create a rule to allow images viewing.

Thanks.
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by:kitsao
ID: 36715249
Found the solution by adding .png to content types and creating a rule im TMG to allow picture viewing.
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