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    Anyone have Palo Alto Certified Network Security Engineer certification?

    https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/ser...ion/pcnse.html
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    no, but I will be looking into this, thanks for posting
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    Yes I just just did mine a few months ago. PCNSE6

    Quote Originally Posted by Network_Engineer View Post
    Anyone have Palo Alto Certified Network Security Engineer certification?

    https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/ser...ion/pcnse.html
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    can you share us some dumps pls... thank you so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikekill View Post
    can you share us some dumps pls... thank you so much
    Is your GoogleFu that broken? This isn't where you ask for dumps. Folks 'round here care about certs, not just the alphabet soup.
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    I just wish guys like this mikekill character would come accross my desk for an interview.
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    Glad this thread is still updated, i was talking to a company about a position and they mentioned PCNSE required. Never even heard about this cert but will be looking into it for future references.


    https://www.paloaltonetworks.com/ser...ion/pcnse.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by corpsec View Post
    Yes I just just did mine a few months ago. PCNSE6
    Congrats! Any study tips / recommended material?
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    I plan on taking this soon! Get ACE 7.0 to study!

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    Hi, is it useful to take PCNSE6 exam, based on PAN-OS6? I think that a PAN-OS 7 based PCNSE exam should be better, but I see that it hasn't been released yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matro View Post
    Hi, is it useful to take PCNSE6 exam, based on PAN-OS6? I think that a PAN-OS 7 based PCNSE exam should be better, but I see that it hasn't been released yet.
    As far as I know, PCNSE has always been based on the .1 release. Since 7.1 is still in the beta phase, it may take few more months before we see PCNSE 7 exams.
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    Hello, I'm looking to take the PCNSE6 exam (I currently have the CNSE based on 4.1), but the PA study guide constantly refers to the official class material. I have a few years of experience with the PA FWs, Panorama, GlobalProtect, and Wildfire. So quite a bit of knowledge, but want to make sure I study any areas outside the scope of my day to day work - just features I've never had to implement. Anyone know of a study resource for this exam that'll cover all the material instead of taking 3 $3,000 classes just to fill in the gaps?
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    You will do just fine by going through the PA study guide and not the official class material that it refers to.
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    Could anyone tell me about Palo alto simulator to practise free just like Cisco packet tracer.
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    You've come to the wrong place if you want content dumps. This forum isn't that kind of place.
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    lol it looks like that dude didn't get banned. His account lasted the duration of the cert's validity! #Accomplishments

    edit: looks like these certs don't expire :0
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy67 View Post
    lol it looks like that dude didn't get banned. His account lasted the duration of the cert's validity! #Accomplishments

    edit: looks like these certs don't expire :0
    The cert expire when Palo Alto introduces a new major version, then you would need to update your cert.
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