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PAN-OS Version Release History

L1 Bithead

Hello Community, 

 

How to get the release history (actual date) for the various versions on the PAN-OS? For e.g. I want to know the release date for PAN-OS 10.1.4-h4. 

 

Thank you,

MK



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Cyber Elite
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Hello @mkgsgi

 

if you have access to the Firewall with valid support, you can see release day from: Device > Software, refer to "Release Date".

 

Alternatively, you can get the same information from customer support portal under: Updates > Software Updates.

 

The version you mentioned 10.1.4-h4 was released on 25th February 2022.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

Hello @mkgsgi

 

if you have access to the Firewall with valid support, you can see release day from: Device > Software, refer to "Release Date".

 

Alternatively, you can get the same information from customer support portal under: Updates > Software Updates.

 

The version you mentioned 10.1.4-h4 was released on 25th February 2022.

 

Kind Regards

Pavel

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Thank you. Is there any Palo Alto source where I could see the release dates of PAN-OS version to date from  10.1.4-h4 onwards. I don't have access to management console. 

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ACE, PCNSE, PCNSI
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