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    Server forum
    Ok, I have a Windows Server with some forum software on it. When I connect to it via the IP on a Windows PC it comes up fine, but when I connect to it from my iMAC there is no formatting or graphics. Only the text is served.

    All this is on the inside of my LAN btw.

    Any ideas?

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    Server OS?
    Forum software?
    OS X version?
    Browsers used?

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    Server 2008 std
    vBulletin 4
    Lion
    Safari and Chrome.

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    Is there an active directory domain?

    Is it possible there is a permissions issue?

    The public vBulletin site is atrocious and lacks any real support. I would assume since you have some sort of account with them that it may entitle you to some sort of support.

    I couldn't even find a system requirements listing.

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    No I haven't an AD. To be honest I've never tried it on my internal LAN with a MAC and have setup vBulletin on various platforms without any problems so wondered if anyone could shed any light. I'll probably ask on vB as there are some knowledgable people on there. Thanks all the same.

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