I'm working with a classic ASP application running on localhost (http://127.0.0.1
). Browser is IE8. The ASP application code copies template JPG's into a uniquely identified folder, renders some HTML into an HTML file that links to these files with absolute paths (http://127.0.0.1/MyWeb/images/image.jpg
) and then presents the rendered HTML in a browser window. (ie. a custom report)
This all has been working just fine on XP and Win7.
I just installed my code on another XP box running IE8, and this time my application fails in that the resulting rendered web-page has missing images.. That is, until I right click and choose Show Picture - then they become visible. The weirder thing is that when logged into the workstation as Administrator (rather than the non administrator user account), things work as they should - images appear without having to choose "show picture"
I can't figure out what setting must be set wrong that is causing this. The "show pictures" in IE settings is enabled, I have cleared cookies and given all folders involved "everyone full access"