I have been having an issue over 2022 in that some users when logging on remotely via Prisma cant connect. I have tracked it down and it seems to be a fairly new windows widget in windows10 where a weather and location widget loads.
Im really new to Prisma Access as I am still learning. From what I gathered so far though, the use cases seem to be very niche if Im understanding correctly. Much of Prisma Access advantages seems to be in gaining standard PA features/security while
We are experiencing an interesting issue and was curious if anyone else has come across something similar. We have a mix of Windows and Mac endpoints, with multiple mobile user regional gateway locations. When connecting to one locati
I have 'inherited' a Panorama that had a Prisma Trial license, I believe. At the moment, it is not my intention to use Prisma. However, my commits are mostly stuck because of Cloud Service PlugIns installed which I cannot uninstall.
I am new to Prisma and GlobalProtect. During the initial configuration, I found that our GlobalProtect users were not able to access to Microsoft Store while connected. In order to remedy this, I had to setup Split Tunnel Exclusions as defined in htt
Just for information as I have not used Prisma Access with the globalprotect agent as an explicit proxy, this is supported right? I am asking this as I am interested in not pushing the PAC file to every browser but like the other SWG cloud