I seem to have run into some minor UI bugs in PAN OS 10.1.5-h1:
1. When you open a security policy rule, the tags section is squashed and you cant re-size it or click the drop down (see below)
2. When you click on the contextual help in the Web GUI, the help webpage that usually loads just seems to go into to some sort of loop and never fully loads unable.
I have tested on 450 and 850, has anyone run into theses issues.
Hi @Ben-Price ,
I haven't seen the loop issue on my 10.1 lab setup (PA-VM).
As for the tags issue, this was reported before on the forum but I have no idea if an actual bug was already reported for it:
Does anyone experience the contextual help page not loading correctly in PAN OS 10.1.5-h1 (see below)? I have tested in Chrome, Edge and Firefox and issue persists. When you click the click the below button:
Help page opens in a new browser windows but then never loads and the URL, just seems to jump around:
I'm facing the same issue with contextual help page not loading correctly in PAN-OS 10.1.5-h1. I have physical firewalls (PA-5200 series) and Panorama VM. On the physical FW I have the same behavior that you explain but on Panorama I can see the right frame.
I just updated and found that it resulted in a slow boot loop. Would be forwarding traffic for approx 2-3 minutes and then reboot and all things related to coming up would take apox 8 minutes (traffic forwarding outage). So I rolled back to the pre-update snapshot. Didn't have time to look into it. It boot looped three times before I rolled back. I was coming from 10.1.3 with stability / uptime of 152 days. I'll do some research or wait for the next P version and possibly some release notes that speak to this boot loop issue.
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