Exchange 2010 OWA Problems

My OWA website is not displaying images.  I have searched through all the setting and permission but cannot seem to find any problems.  This seemed to happen after I did a 2013 coexist and the latest rollup to the 2010 exchange.  This is a 2008 server.  Any help would be greatly apperciated.
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Justin YeungSenior Systems EngineerCommented:
do you have cas array? what is the URL for your exchange 2010? (did you make the URL the same as 2k13?)

how many cas servers?

did you try opening owa on each cas server individually? are you able to see the images?

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aggiestone99Author Commented:
I got it working.  Not sure why but I did the rollup 9 on the server and it broke the images.  I uninstalled the roll-up recreated the owa virtual directory and all is working now.  Thanks for you help.
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