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** Announcing the #CPUGchallenge **

I'm very happy to announce that CPUG will be hosting "The CPUG Challenge" during CPX this year.
It promises to be a fun and interesting event that will test (and maybe even expand) your knowledge of R80.10.
Whether or not you plan to attend CPX, we have something for you. Please check out this post or the CPUGchallenge.com web site for more information. -E


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Thread: How to handle Office365 IP addresses

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    Default Re: How to handle Office365 IP addresses

    Quote Originally Posted by davidson View Post
    Any concept of why AC didn't resolve the issue? It was just pitched to us again and some of the other replies here seem to indicate success.
    You are also going to need HTTPS inspection enabled for it to work properly.

    Take a look at SK110679 as well.

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    Default Re: How to handle Office365 IP addresses

    We used PowerShell to parse the file that contains all the IP addresses/blocks into something that works with dbedit.

    Then I use SecureRT to run dbedit, copy and paste the file into the SecureRT console, update_all

    Push the policy after I created a new group that contains all the objects created using DBEDIT.

    It worked well and took less than 2 hours.

    I have attached the file that is already parsed into dbedit format. You just need to use SecureRT, putty doesn't parse the lines correctly.

    Good luck.
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    Default Re: How to handle Office365 IP addresses

    That's good for a one-time add, but how about ongoing maintenance of that list (for example, when IPs get added/removed)?
    Unless otherwise noted, views expressed are my own

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