When I checked the URL, the view and document IDs on the URL for both server A and B are the same (the only difference is the server). Shouldn't the document IDs already be different, since this is a database copy and not a replica? I'm thinking that this might be the reason why the documents are not viewable in Internet Explorer for server B. What do you think?
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The most likely source of the problem that you are experiencing is hard coding somewhere in the application. The other possibility is that the documents need to be edited/saved to recalculate some value that is relative to either the server or the database path.
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