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What happened to my ad fs sign-on page images?

Greetings all,
we've implemented AD FS Single Sign-On and the Sign-On page has no images. It's just a white page with the following text in the upper left corner:

Single Sign-On
Sign in with your organizational account
User Account
Password
Keep me signed in
Sign in
2016 Microsoft

The first line is being pulled from the Federation Services properties "General" tab "Federation Service display name" field. The other lines contain the appropriate field window for text entry and/or checkbox. What happened to the default Theme that ships with Server 2016? I thought it might be getting stripped by some group policy but I tested with a stand-alone workstation and got the same results. These are the results using Firefox. In IE, I get the intended destination application page, all white with just its copyright and info links at the bottom of the page.

What gives?

Thanks,

TwoPlanker

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piaudonn answered

Could you share a Fiddler trace from one of the clients?

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Sorry, Piaudonn,
It's against policy to use Fiddler or transfer data from the system.

Thanks for the reply,

Chris

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I understand that Fiddler can contain sensitive data. But you can modify the trace before sending it. Replace URLs with default URL such as contoso.com and remove all identifier. Could you share screenshot with masqued images and names?

So far we have nothing to help you. We can assumre things, such as:
- you use a web proxy that is messing with the HTTP content
- you use some SS/TLS inspection messing with the HTTP content
- you have some weird browser settings
- ...


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Thanks Piaudonn,
but we are not using a web proxy or SSL/TLS inspection. Regarding browser settings, this occurs when using one of our Windows 10 domain joined clients, stand alone clients, and also a new instance of RHEL 8 via FireFox.

TP

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