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Thread: How can you take a backup (similar to R77)?

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    Default How can you take a backup (similar to R77)?

    How can you take a backup (similar to R77)? I know I can restore a revision but this does not restore changes to objects and groups. Such as hide nat, group adds ect

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    Default Re: How can you take a backup (similar to R77)?

    While you're asking about a backup, I suspect what you're actually asking about is a Database Revision.
    They work differently in R80.x than R77.x.
    You can see a description of how it works here: https://community.checkpoint.com/mes...-an-old-policy

    For a proper backup of the management database, use migrate export.
    Unless otherwise noted, views expressed are my own

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