Palo Alto Networks has new options to help you get faster case resolution times for several products/problem areas. Our new custom case forms will help expedite the process. Cases for Traps/Endpoint, Threat, Cortex XDR, and VM-Series will all incorporate this new custom case form. Find answers on LIVEcommunity.
With this blog, I would like to highlight the new options available to you when creating cases for the following products:
Cortex Data Lake
The new options will speed up your case resolution time by providing additional details during the case creation process. We are currently seeing cases being closed, on average, three days sooner when additional details are provided.
Here's what it looks like:
Log in to the Customer Support Portal (CSP) and click the button labeled "Create a Case."
Customer Support Portal to Create a Case
Next, you will see the first step of the case creation process, which is where you will select the product and provide some details about your situation. Notice the option to add additional details at the bottom of the page.
NOTE: The new feature is currently only available to the options mentioned above.
Provide more information in Step 1 of Case Creation
If you select "Yes," you'll be directed to Step 2 of the case creation process where you'll have the option to select Issue Concentration in the drop down menu.
Issue Concentration in Step 2 of Case Creation
Depending on your selection, you'll be presented with a specific set of questions to add additional information.
Performance option as Issue Concentration in Step 2 of Case Creation
By filling out this extra information, you are helping support get all of the information they need to resolve your case quicker. Make sure to check the Suggested Solutions on the right-hand side of your screen before finalizing the case creation process.
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