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IE 9 in MS Terminal Server 2008 opens fine but wont load any pages.

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I'm running Internet Explorer 9 in terminal server 2008 standard.  I recently updated to Adobe Flash 12 but now I'm finding the browsers will load but won't ever load a page regardless of what page you try.  This effects all TS users in every terminal server I'm made the update and consistent throughout.  I just tried to uninstall Flash 12 from one of the TSs and it didn't seem to matter.  Any suggestions would be much appreciated.  Thanks.

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by:sndmnsix
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I'd like to add that I can ping to internet names like yahoo.com and msn.com no problem.  I run Trend Micro Office Scan 10 for all the terminal servers.  I ran a full scan on one of the terminal servers and didn't detect any problems.
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what happens if you install IE10?
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I didn't think I could load IE10 on 2008 Standard ??
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by:WORKS2011
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I know its compatible with 2008 R2 Standard, I believe it's fine. If not it will warn you it's not compatible.
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Looking for the exact specs now, one minute
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by:WORKS2011
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I stand corrected, it won't allow 10 on my virtual machine running standard I tested on I was thinking of R2.
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ok.  I tried to run IE with out addons but it threw a DEP error.
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So I decided to wipe out a terminal server completely and reload it.  I basically just took one of them out of the farm and nuked it.  I reloaded it completely fresh and confirmed the browser was working but as soon as someone logged into it, the browser was unusuable again.  I ran malwarebytes and it detected infection in this person's profile.  I ran hijackthis 2.04 and came across this:
Broken Internet access because of LSP provider nlaapi.dll missing

any thoughts?
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The reason the browser stopped working was because of something called Rapport.exe.  Banks use it as an added security to the browser for their business clients.  Not sure why it decided to have a problem but I uninstalled it and reinstalled a newer version from the website.  All was well afterwards.  Took forever to figure this out.
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I waiting to see if anyone had any ideas that I could try.  I just eventually stumbled across it myself.
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