Global Protect and PanOS version

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L3 Networker

Global Protect and PanOS version

Quick question, are GP client versions tied in any way to PanOS versions? I am running PanOS 9.0.9-h1, and GP 5.0.9. Will updating to GP 5.2.1 cause any issues?

Just another I.T. guy

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@VincentPresogna,

As @SutareMayur mentioned, this isn't going to be an issue. I just wanted to point out that every single release is going to have the minimum software requirements listed in the release notes under 'Associated Software and Content Versions' section. 

 

10.0 is supported for the Default Browser for SAML Authentication feature.
8.1 and above for Split DNS, Connect Before Logon, and Enforce
GlobalProtect Connections with FQDN Exclusions features

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L6 Presenter

@VincentPresognaNot issues with your current PANOS version and the target GP version compatibility. I guess, for GP version 5.2, minimum PANOS required is 8.1 and above so you are good in this regard.



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@VincentPresogna,

As @SutareMayur mentioned, this isn't going to be an issue. I just wanted to point out that every single release is going to have the minimum software requirements listed in the release notes under 'Associated Software and Content Versions' section. 

 

10.0 is supported for the Default Browser for SAML Authentication feature.
8.1 and above for Split DNS, Connect Before Logon, and Enforce
GlobalProtect Connections with FQDN Exclusions features

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L3 Networker

Thanks @SutareMayur , that's what I figured, just wasn't sure. @BPry , thanks for the tip about "release notes under 'Associated Software and Content Versions' section". I knew it had to be somewhere, I guess I wasn't looking hard enough. I'll remember that for future reference.

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