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Question on Admin roles and what they see

L2 Linker

We have an intern who we have given admin rights to our Palo Alto boxes and Panorama. I created a custom Intern role for him that just gave him access to the logs and reports and things but then read only to everything else. What is happening is when he gets on the actual PA5050 box and goes to monitor or ACC where it shows an IP address it actually shows the exact IP like what we all see. But when he goes to Panorama where the IP should be he just sees the subnet. Like 10.10.10.0/24.

I am wondering if it is a code version issue as when we all go in Panorama it shows up right for us. On our actual PA5050 boxes we are running 4.1.6 and on Panorama we are running 5.0.4.

Would this cause the difference? Is there something in the 5.0 code that changes what a non superuser seesles

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L7 Applicator

There is a section called "Privacy" under the admin role configuration.

Under Privacy> there is an option "Show full IP addresses".

Please check if the admin role for panorama has the privacy option enabled & "show full IP addresses" checked.

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L6 Presenter

The information that you see in the Monitor-->Logs of the Panorama should match with the information in the Logs on the Firewall. This behavior looks buggy to me, especially full privileged Admins are able to see a different info than the Custom Role Admins. I would recommend to open a ticket with support for further investigation.

L7 Applicator

There is a section called "Privacy" under the admin role configuration.

Under Privacy> there is an option "Show full IP addresses".

Please check if the admin role for panorama has the privacy option enabled & "show full IP addresses" checked.

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Interesting, not aware of this feature.

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