Prisma Access Release 1.7 is Here !
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Prisma Access Release 1.7 is Here !

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Prisma Access Release 1.7 is Here!


Palo Alto Networks has been working hard on expanding Prisma Access capabilities, including PAN-OS 9.1 support, new traffic steering functionality, adding a new compute location, and other enhancements !


Make sure to check out how to get started, more details on all the enhancements and some highlighted features in the links below !


Additional Info:


Please feel free to ask your questions here or on the blog.

-Kiwi out !


L0 Member

Has this been released? I don't see this in Panorama or under the downloads under our support portal

Community Team Member

Dear Customers,


" Update Sep 8, 23:56 UTC- The phased rollout for the Cloud Services plugin 1.7 is planned starting September 8, 2020. When the new plugin is available for you, you will receive a notification on the Customer Support Portal and an alert will be generated on Prisma Access Insights. After you receive the notification to install the plugin, you have until October 1, 2020, to complete the installation.



Considering the stability of the user's deployment as a top priority, the stage-wise approach has been implemented to rollout the Prisma Access plugin 1.7. This helps us to roll out to all our customers in more control and stabilized fashion and giving top priority to the stability of your Prisma Access deployment. You should be receiving a notification via Prisma Access insights and also the app will show up Panorama once available. We apologize for any inconvenience.


Getting started with insights -


Email Alerts from Prisma Access insights -




L0 Member

Hey all - our goal was to take our 7k end user organization, most with mobile laptops and put them on an Always-On / PreLogin GP environment. Wondering how people feel about Prisma Access and whether it's really the next-gen solution that PAN has touted it as.

My sense is that it appears to be virtual instances of PAN’s firewall spun up in various data centers around the world with traffic routed to them by hardware versions of PAN’s firewall in each branch office and the data center. But wondering if Cloudgenix is a game changer in this regard. Any thoughts welcome.

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