Update 2: This is almost completely fixed in 8.1.16, with only one column showing [object Object] instead of a value. See this post for details.
Update 1: This is still not fixed in 8.1.12, although the issue is slightly different. See this post for details.
Panorama 8.1.10 (running in VMWare ESXi 6.5 if that makes a difference)
Anyone else seeing this? Anyone have a version with a working PDF/CSV export for Policies?
I have seen this in different versions. One customer stated it worked for him in 8.1.7, so maybe a downgrade is needed.
I tried with my 9.0.1 and it worked fine, and then at 9.0.4 it stopped working.
I tested again in 9.0.5 and it is working again.
So, I conclude you may have an anomaly.
So, you can upgrade/downgrade.
I opened a case and was informed from our account SE the fix for this in PAN OS 8.1 is set to be included in the version release 8.1.13
Here's the note from my TAC engineer on the case, "The issue that you are facing is due to PAN-126534 which is fixed in 8.1.13/9.0.7."
However, the export is essentially useless as it doesn't show Address Object names, it just shows: [object Object]
Can't really do a print-out of the Security/NAT Policies to audit them on paper if every rule is essentially unreadable.
I've attached a sample of the NAT Policy export to PDF (the CSV looks the same). The first 9 columns are readable with Address Object names shown. Every column after that just shows [object Object].
I've opened a support case for this, as it's now 3 versions later and still not fixed.
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