LiveWeek 28 Jul 2017

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This week, three articles with recent and relevant updates make good stuff even better. Tell us what you think.

 

GOOD GETS BETTER WITH UPDATED ARTICLES

Best Practices for PAN-OS Upgrade

@jdelio @reaper

We discuss best practices for customers who are new to the PAN-OS upgrade process. Our procedures are intended as a foundation for customers who want to create their own upgrade process from our guidelines. Take a look at our recommendations, terminology, dependencies, procedures, and troubleshooting and you're on your way to a successful upgrade. Read more...

 

Packet Capture Option Missing Under Monitor Tab

@tshiv @jdelio

In a multiple virtual system (multi-vsys) environment, when viewing a specific virtual system (example, vsys1) context on the Palo Alto Networks firewall, the packet capture option does not appear under the Monitor tab. Another possible scenario is in an environment where multiple administrators, with role-based access, manage the firewall. What to do? Read more...

 

Palo Alto Networks Management Access through TACACS

@ansharma @jdelio

With the launch of PAN-OS 8.0, TACACS has been enhanced to use Authorization from the TACACS server. Before PAN-OS 8.0, TACACS was limited to Authentication only. If you wanted to authenticate against a TACACS server to log in to the GUI or CLI, you had to create the same admin accounts on the Palo Alto Networks device, which doesn't scale well in large or dynamic environments.  See the improvement with PAN-OS 8.0. Read more...

 

WHY THE UPDATE? We're committed to delivering the tools and knowledge you need to secure your world. Our engineers regularly review articles in the Live Community for accuracy, relevancy, and overall value to the community. Updated articles may reflect new technology, release-specific info, new practices or perspectives, updated screen shots, new pics, answered questions and so on.

 

How about you? Do you have a favorite article or video that could use a facelift (new screen shots, pics) or a reivew of process or release-specific info? Were our updated articles helpful to you? Please let us know in the comments section of any article or video.

 

Q&As ON THE LIVE COMMUNITY #GetAnswers

More than 165 questions get answers from experienced Community members like you. Our engineers' top picks are among the responses!

 

#GetAnswers from Ignite Q&A | kiwi

#GetAnswers from Ignite Q&A | reaper

#GetAnswers from Ignite Q&A | jdelio

 

Ignite '17 edition, kiwi's favorites Part 2

Ignite '17 edition, reaper's favorites Part 2

 

Ignite '17 edition, kiwi's favorites Part 1

Ignite '17 edition, reaper's favorites Part 1

Ignite '17 edition, jdelio's favorites Part 1

 

Did you find answers to your questions among the collection? Feel free to use the comments section of any article, video, or blog to ask more questions or to expand upon a response -- make the power of community work for you!

 

VISIO STENCILS ARE BAAAAACK

Palo Alto Networks Visio Stencils

@jdelio

We heard you on accessing the Visio stencils, so they are back in the Live Community and ready for your use. Let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions with the Visio and Omnigraffle stencils. Welcome back, stencils -- we missed you!

  

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Till next week,

Gail

@editeur

 

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