Starting with Palo Alto Networks - What I wish I had known...

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Starting with Palo Alto Networks - What I wish I had known...

L4 Transporter

Beginnings are not always perfect.  Whether you started your Palo Alto Networks journey years ago or just recently, tell us what you learned early on that you wish you had known before. 

 

If there was one thing, or maybe more, Live Community users would love to hear about it.  Share your stories, your tips to help other users along the way.

 

Read a tip you like, make sure to like it or let them know by commenting!  

 

The most popular and helpful stories will get you a cool new Live Community t-shirt!

 

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Looking forward to reading all the great stories!

 

@carnould

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L5 Sessionator

I wish i had known about this active and helpful comunity from the start. Do I get a t-shirt for posting first? 🙂

L6 Presenter

It is probably will be more as a feedback from my side but every time l am dealing with Palo issues, either it is through the TAC or community l always come across nice people. Didn't have any negative experience. All information really here and l would never believe that the community can be so helpful. Keep it up and thanks all!

 

p.s l also like this new t-shirt :0

L3 Networker

I have less than a year experience, but I wish I had known to look in the "Unified" logs for the reasons things would be blocked. I've seen traffic allowed in the traffic logs but blocked because the file that was attempted to be downloaded wasn't of a permitted type. It was confusing at first when I saw the traffic permitted.

We love to hear that so thank you @santonic.  I do think you deserve a t-shirt for posting first so stay tuned!

 

Keep posting!

 

Christine

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