Yes please, the scenario as follows, To check if the following API is working or not, i mean if the session is closed in actual, even if the response is success : < response status = "success"> < result >U ser1 administrative session deleted </ result > </ response > in our VM machines(Panorama and FWs) it's not working, success but the session is not deleted at all : The User_Name should be used by Panorama as console on the target firewall, i.e. in target firewall: Dashboard > Logged in Admin window Admin=User_Name and Client=Panorama, it's kind of opened session by Panorama itself on the managed FW by User_Name https://<Panorama_IP>/api/?type=op&cmd= <delete><admin-sessions><username>User_Name</username></admin-sessions></delete>&target=<FW_SerialNumber> Thank you!
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Hi Everyone, We have a problem when we try to close/delete user session on the firewalls managed by Panorama We have multiple FWs under Panorama Issue: Unable to close Admin (or any user) session (i.e. delete) as Panorama client on the managed Firewalls. The same status using Panorama API, for example: https://<Panorama_IP>/api/?type=op&cmd= <delete><admin-sessions><username>User_Name</username></admin-sessions></delete>&target=<FW_SerialNumber> or Using FW cli (direct cmd) The operation succeeds according to response message but Panorama session as client with user name on the FWs are not deleted as expected. for example we got the following message: < response status = "success"> < result >U ser1 administrative session deleted </ result > </ response > But the session is not being deleted at all, the same behavior using the FW directly via CLI Platforms: Panorama (VM, v10.1.0) Managed FWs: VM-(v10.0.0) VM-(cluster1, v10.1.0) VM-(cluster1, v10.1.0) VM-(cluster2, v10.0.0) VM-(clsuter2, v10.0.0) Is there anyone who can help in this matter? Thanks
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