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How do I get the API to show disabled rules?

I'm using the API to pull the entire xml configuration file off of Panorama like so:

https://firewall/esp/restapi.esp?type=config&action=show&key=<key>

However disabled rules are not included in the xml retreived by the request. This is a serious probl

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gdolph by Not applicable
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Custom App for third party Browsers

I'm trying to create a custom app that identifies browsers as a matter of fact - i need to identify all browsers that do not have MSIE in their http-request .

i tried different regexp patterns and none of them seem to work

[^[MSIE]] - less than 7 chars

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paloasaf by Not applicable
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How to filter browsertype based requests

Hello (we need support  ),

we want to filter on our PA 500 all http traffic outbound on User-Agent type.

As explanation: We want to know (and later block) all users which are using MSIE 7.0 (for example) for outgoing browsing.

Following ideas from our

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SmartBoy by L1 Bithead
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Resolved! XML API and Mac OS X Widgets

I got to thinking about this idea this morning.

Is is possible in the XML API to pull the Flash-based reports under the Monitor > App Scope section to build Mac OS X Widgets out of them? It would be great to be able to call up the Top 5 Bandwidth Cons

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mharding by L4 Transporter
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time entry in UID XML API

Hello,

We are using the User-ID XML API, but have additional need to add also the time entry from external source.

In example:

<uid-message>
<version>1.0</version>
<type>update</type>
<payload>
         <login>
                 <entry name="domain\uid1

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akel by L1 Bithead
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cannot block hotspot shield

it seems it has became vey diffcult to block hotspot shield , even though the application is being idenfied by palo alto , still hot spot finds it way by port 80 . is there any way to block hot spot shield .

thanks

jerry

jerry by L1 Bithead
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