This is a strange issue.
PA-3020 recently upgraded to 7.0.4. The firewall is in single vsys mode.
I installed new SSL certificates for Global Protect. Somewhere during the process of installing the new certificate and upgrading to 7.0.4, an ssl-tls service profile was automatically created. I didn't create it. I'm trying to delete that certificate but it won't let me as long as the ssl tls service profile exists.
Here's the weird part. In the GUI, the profile does not show up under Devices > Certificates > SSL TLS service profiles but is available when choosing the SSL TLS service profile under the Global Protect Portal configuration. When I create a new SSL TLS service profile, it does show and it is shown as 'shared'.
When I go to the CLI and do a 'show config' (not in configure mode), The XML output shows the hidden profile located at:
But, when I enter configure mode, I cannot locate this ssl tls service profile. I've exported the config as set commands and done a search. It doesn't show it. I can't change the vsys I'm viewing because I'm not in multi-vsys mode.
The ssl tls service profile I created manually, shows up under <shared> in the CLI and I can view it from configure mode.
I'm trying to avoid enabling multi-vsys support. I just don't want to have to create a bunch of local accounts and authentication profiles that exist both as shared and in vsys1.
Anyone have an idea how I can remove this profile?
I was able to reproduce the exact same issue.
If you are not a non vsys firewall and on a previous version with GP Config, as soon as you move to 7.0.X, it creates a corresponding SSL/TLS profile under vsys config. Now this cannot be accesses via GUI or CLI.
Here is what you can do to get rid of it.
1. Create a similar SSL/TLS profile under shared hierarchy but with a different name. Bind the same certificate as the previous one.
2. Change the SSL/TLS profile binded to the Portal and Gateway configs to this new one.
3. Delete the SSL/TLS profile using either of below methods:
a) Export and delete config
i. Export this candidate config using config snapshot to your PC.
ii. Go to the SSL/TLS profile under shared hierarchy and delete the profile. Save the file
iii. Reimport this config into firewall and load the config, and then commit
b) Using XML APIs
i. Generate XML API Key using a broswer tab: https://<hostname>/api/?type=keygen&user=<username>&password=<password>
ii. Note the keyvalue. Use this in the next step
ii. Copy the following URL in the browser: https://<hostname>/api/?type=config&action=delete&key=<keyvalue>&xpath=/config/devices/entry[@name='localhost.localdomain']/vsys/entry[@name='vsys1']/ssl-tls-service-profile/entry[@name='GP_GD_Chained_2019-ssl-tls-service-profile']
Could you enumerate the exact steps followed. Did you generate certificate/ setup GP before upgrade or was all this done after upgrade.
I will have to test this as SSL/TLS profile is a mandatory field on Portal Configuration, and I am wondering if firewall might have created an automatic binding.
To the post about setting location:
Location is not a choice since I have not enabled multi-vsys support. I'm in single vsys.
As for the order I did it, I *think* I upgraded to 7.0.4 before installing the certificate. Sadly, I don't remember.
I can tell you that the binding was created automatically because I didn't create it.
Once I enable multi-vsys, remove the profile then disable multi-vsys, I then commit. So the idea is that the system will never see the multi-vsys configuration but I'd still be able to remove the profile.
Also, I remember the order I did things.
The certificate was installed before I upgraded. The client's cert was expiring so they wanted that done first. Then I proceeded to upgrade the box. The certificate was installed under PAN-OS 5.0.6. Yes, the box hasn't been updated since it was installed. So, once the cert was installed I went through the process of upgrading from 5.0.6 all the way to 7.0.4.
Fun and games.
I was trying to figure out just exactly what the affects are when you enable then disable multi-vsys support.
I downloaded the VSYS tech note and went through it but it doesn't really deep dive into how it affects the configuration.
Any idea what the affects would be if I enable multi-vsys to remove that certificate & then disable it right after.
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