Security Profiles - URL Filtering - Update Multiple Categories within all Profiles

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Security Profiles - URL Filtering - Update Multiple Categories within all Profiles

L1 Bithead

Hello all, I'm looking for some suggestions, or information on how I can quickly update all security profiles, with 3 select objects at once. In total, our Panorama has 129 profiles, so I would need to login to all 129 profiles, and update 3 categories in them to block.

 

By way of the gui, I think the only way would be able to edit 1 profile at a time, and search all 3 categories, and update them accordingly. Can anyone suggest any easier way to maybe resolve this?

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hi @PingMyServer ,

 

They were probably only thinking of the GUI.  Are you familiar with the CLI?  If not, direct message (DM) me and we can do a quick screen share session.  It won't take too long.  We build the CLI for one security profile.  We then use some CLI magic to parse the 129 profile names and append the command to each one.  Then paste.

 

Thanks,

 

Tom

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L1 Bithead

After doing further research, I found through the CLI you can do this fairly easy. Using the following commands. You can pull your profile names from the command "set device-group GROUP1 profiles" and pressing tab. It takes a little work, but with excel you can get all the commands you need fairly quickly

 

set device-group GROUP1 profiles url-filtering PROFILE_NAME block ransomware
set device-group GROUP1 profiles url-filtering PROFILE_NAME block encrypted-dns
set device-group GROUP1 profiles url-filtering PROFILE_NAME block real-time-detection

Community Team Member

Thanks for sharing!

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Stay Secure,
Jay
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