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[Archive] [ScreenOS] Why Would a Deep Inspection Update Fail?

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Article ID: KB4562 KB Last Updated: 23 Dec 2019Version: 7.0
Summary:

Why Would a Deep Inspection Update Fail on Netscreen Devices?

Solution:

Attack groups may be deleted from the current Deep Inspection (DI) updates.

ScreenOS versions prior to 5.4:  if one of the policies contains an attack group that has been deleted from the latest update, the DI update will fail. The solution is to remove the problematic group from the policy and update the device again.

note: This is NOT the only reason a DI update can fail, so please contact JTAC if this does not resolve your issue. 

 

ScreenOS version 5.4 and later:  if certain signatures are removed the DI update will still be successful, but the related attack group will be removed from the configuration.

 

Modification History:
2019-12-23: Archived article.
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