Configuration snapshots give you a view into your configuration
history: compare, load, and restore earlier configuration versions.
Configuration snapshots give you a view into
your configuration history. When a configuration push has unintended
security implications or an unexpected impact on traffic, you can
recover by reverting to an earlier version. You can also compare
configurations to see what’s changed across versions.
dashboard to find configuration
Config Version Snapshots
restore, load, or compare versions.
a configuration version directly updates the running configuration
(no need to
to Prisma Access).
Only the configuration settings within the scope of the original
configuraiotn push (for example, mobile users or remote networks
configurations) are restored.does not change the candidate configuration
(the configuration that’s in progress and is saved). Restoring a
configuration just updates the running configuration version.
earlier version as your candidate configuration; make updates to
the new candidate configuration and, when you’re ready,
to Prisma Access.
what’s changed from version to version.
Note that the configuration version number
is incremental. For example, in the image here, if you restore configuration
version 2, the GlobalProtect configuration version will change from
7 to 8 (it won’t show as 2).