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I'm planning to get Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator certification. How long will take to prepare for the PCNSA exam as I have little experience of working with the Palo Alto firewall. Where I can get the learning material and a complete study guide? Thanks.

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This really depends on how much 'hands-on' experience you already possess: If you've been working all day with Palo Alto devices for the past 6-12 months you will only need a few hours to study up on some of the main topics. If you have no experience at all, it will take you at least a week of full-time study (several weeks if you spread the load to an hour or a few hours per day).

 

First things first: Here is the link to the official PCNSA exam study guide: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/content/dam/pan/en_US/assets/pdf/datasheets/education/pcnsa-study-g....

 

Start learning from the Beacon Study Material for the PCNSA exam.

 

You can also get help from Primary Education Site: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/services/education.

 

Then practice comes next. Start practicing with scenario-based PCNSA practice questions as it will help you understand the core concepts, and practice test - an adaptive companion tool that assesses your knowledge and exam readiness to help prepare for the PCNSA exam.

 

Hope this would help you. Best of luck!

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This really depends on how much 'hands-on' experience you already possess: If you've been working all day with Palo Alto devices for the past 6-12 months you will only need a few hours to study up on some of the main topics. If you have no experience at all, it will take you at least a week of full-time study (several weeks if you spread the load to an hour or a few hours per day).

 

First things first: Here is the link to the official PCNSA exam study guide: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/content/dam/pan/en_US/assets/pdf/datasheets/education/pcnsa-study-g....

 

Start learning from the Beacon Study Material for the PCNSA exam.

 

You can also get help from Primary Education Site: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/services/education.

 

Then practice comes next. Start practicing with scenario-based PCNSA practice questions as it will help you understand the core concepts, and practice test - an adaptive companion tool that assesses your knowledge and exam readiness to help prepare for the PCNSA exam.

 

Hope this would help you. Best of luck!

Thank you for sharing the helpful information. That's exactly what I needed.

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It all depends on the level of hands-on expertise you already have If you've been working all day long with Palo Alto devices for the period of 6-12 months, you'll just need a few minutes to learn about certain of the most important areas. If you've never had any knowledge whatsoever then it'll take at minimum a week of studying full-time (several months if you split the workload to an hour or few hours every day).

 

First things first: Here is the link to the official PCNSA exam study guide: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/content/dam/pan/en_US/assets/pdf/datasheets/education/pcnsa-study-g....

 

Begin to learn through this Beacon Study Guide to prepare for PCNSA exam. PCNSA exam.

 

You can also get help from Primary Education Site: https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/services/education.

 

Practice is next. Practice with scenarios-based PCNSA practice questions that help you comprehend the basic concepts, and practice the test, which is an adaptive tool to accompany you which tests your knowledge and exam level to help you prepare for taking the PCNSA exam.

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