Tried following methods...
1. System Restart
2. Check File Type Associations. (*.PNG is associated with Picture and Fax Viewer)
3. Tried opening .png file directly in Internet Explorer. (Unable to display, but able to display other images i.e. .jpg etc.)
4. Checked security options in Internet Explorer.
5. Reset IE.
6. Downgrade IE7 to IE6. Same issue with IE6. with IE8 as well
7. Reinstalled IE7
8. Reset user profile on local system. (I.e. deleted the user from documents and settings and then asked the user to log on
that created a new profile)
9. regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\pngfilt.dll (Tried registry hacks mentiond on various forms)
It works when
1. Given admin rights to user.
2. With Firefox.
3. When logged in using admin on local system
4. .png file is able to open with paint, picture viewer and other programs as well
User is a normal user on domain, like all other users but none of the users on same domain are facing issues.
Is there any user specific policy for this... which i am missing... or there is any OS Group Policy override...
I can ask user for the password and try this on another system but that's against company policy to share passwords.. I cannot ask the user to do that since a laptop is provided to user and user is WFH... User normally connects through VPN when user needs to access citrix apps or network resources otherwise user works normally without conneting to VPN.. User is very far from office cant ask the user to take a flight and come to office...
Can anybody give a detail reason of this and workable solution if anybody expericence this. I may have messed up this particular copy of OS, i think it may be messed up because i ran registry hacks, nothing else i have done with registry.