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Post a discussion here if you have general questions regarding configuration and troubleshooting for Palo Alto Networks products. Use this forum to collaborate with like-minded security professionals to improve your security posture.
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Post a discussion here if you have general questions regarding configuration and troubleshooting for Palo Alto Networks products. Use this forum to collaborate with like-minded security professionals to improve your security posture.

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The Cortex UX Research Lab Is Seeking Participants!

 

Hello LIVEcommunity!

 

 

The Cortex team is currently developing a significant UX research effort, the Cortex UX Research Lab, for all aspects of Cortex. As a part of that, we need you — the user — to help us best understand how people use our pro

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Resolved! Duplice Object IDs in Panorama XML

Hi Community,

 

We went from 9.1 to 10.0 on Panorama and recently did an Expedition merge (latest version) with an ASA.

Since then, a few objects which are unreferenced in global-find, are unable to be deleted.

When checking panorama running config, I no

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Resolved! Monthly PDF Report

We are trying to get a report of threats and export as PDF. 

I used “Managed PDF summary reports” but it is allowing only to pull per day.  

I used custom reports and I can pull reports for 30 days, but it is much like raw data.

We need something like

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Resolved! Defining metrics for routes learned through BGP

Hi All,

 

We have four tunnels(tunnel 1, tunnel 2, tunnel 3 and tunnel 4) configured to reach the AWS Network through BGP on an single default virtual router on the firewall and all the tunnels are up.

 

There are three ISP in total connected to the defa

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