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Cisco ISE blank GUI

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Cisco ISE blank GUI

Hi all, sorry if this post is in the wrong forum but was struggling to know where to post it (let me know if I can/should move - this is my first post here in years!).

The circumstances: Our Cisco/network engineer left our company last week and I have been left to deal with everything, my network knowledge = 1 ICND1 course about two months ago!

The issue: We can get to the login page of Cisco ISE however once you click on 'login' we just get a blank page and it never loads (no matter what browser we use). Everything is still functioning correctly in the background although there seemed to be a migration of the VM (the Cisco ISE server is a VM) to another part of the data store, possibly due to corruption but like I say it is still functioning correctly.

I have attached a snapshot of the applications on the server taken via CLI.

Any help very much appreciated thanks.

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