Prisma Access

Prisma Access

Prisma Access secures access to the cloud for branch offices and mobile users anywhere in the world with a scalable, cloud-native architecture that will soon be managed via a new streamlined cloud management UI. Prisma Access blends enterprise grade security with a globally scalable network that is soon available in well over 100 locations. In addition, service provider partners will be able to rapidly enable secure outbound internet connectivity for their customers.

Prisma Access Discussions

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Prisma Access - Cannot read property 'msg' of undefined

Connecting on-premise Panorama 8.1.9-h4 with Prisma Access Cloud_Service 1.4 plugin by following the doc (

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Service Connection Error on Primary Panorama Configuration not in Sync

I am getting this error on the service connection and do not see away to sync the configuration. I have tried to commit also commit and push there is ...

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Has anyone been able to provision the new locations in 1.4?

I've updated the plugin, but I'm only seeing the old (renamed) locations available for use.  Is it only available for customers that didn't alrea...

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What is Prisma Access?

So what exactly is Prisma Access?  Is it the new GlobalProtect? the new GlobalProtect Cloud Service?

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Prisma Access Videos

Introduction to Prisma Access (EDU-118)

This course explains the fundamentals of licensing, activation, deployment, and operation of the product.

For an overview of this course, please watch the video below.

Before you can access this training, you must already have a Palo Alto Networks account in our Learning Center. If you do not have an existing account with Palo Alto Networks, go to the Learning Center Login page to register for an account. Select the appropriate user type and follow the directions provided to create an account. Employees may log in using their Palo Alto Networks credentials.

If you already have an account, the course is available directly at