Our first closed captioned video tutorial takes a look at ways to harden your configuration, from changing the default administrator password to ensuring that the management interface is located elsewhere. Palo Alto Networks firewalls are designed with security in mind, but you still hold the keys to the castle when it comes to understanding and using security tools and capabilities to the max. See how to harden your configuration, basics and beyond.
A user new to Palo Alto Networks needs to migrate the configuration from a Cisco ASA firewall to Palo Alto Networks. Migrating a configuration can be tricky if you have more than a few rules. If you have copious rules, and thousands of objects, groups, and IP addresses, you'll want to abandon the manual mission and use our tool instead.
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