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Published in LiveWeek 12 Friday April 7th 2017.
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Beginning are always clumsy, but one of the first things I was impressed - community and knowledge base articles. I cannot stress enough how many times articles around here have helped me to get around some issues or simply get to know some feature.
Anyway, when I got into PA firewalling, it all looked nice and shiny and overall easy to deal with, so it felt good, but some things I've learned over time:
..and there are definitely other things, but as you see all of these are well described in Live community - you still have to find them though. 🙂
"What I wish I had known" that a complex administration appliance (Panorama) will help me in one or two clicks to apply configuration changes to almost 100 firewalls in a few seconds and not go firewall by firewall that used to take me a few hours, now it makes our company happier and more secure, quick example would be deploying an emergency content updated. WAY FASTER, thanks to Palo Alto Panorama :).
P.S: Almost all of my questions or steps by steps procedures (Like 80% of the time) are here in the community.
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