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Check Point Visio Stencils

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Is there any available file for with Check Point visio stencils?? I can not find any file in PartnerMAP and would be very helpful for Check Point partners for make network diagrams.

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Re: Check Point Visio Stencils

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For anyone ending up at this post through a search. You can find them here:

Visio Stencils for Check Point appliances

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These used to be available at fireverse.org but after about 20 minutes of searching on their site I can't seem to find them.  Attached is a copy of the stencils I had downloaded from them at some point, not sure how old these are.  If someone can figure out where these are located on fireverse's site I'll be more than happy to link them and remove the copy I have attached to this message.

Edit 7/6/2016: Removed attached  file of fireverse's original Visio stencils in deference to the "official" stencils provided below.

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Re: Check Point Visio Stencils

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visiocafe​ has pretty nice stencil collection.

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For anyone ending up at this post through a search. You can find them here:

Visio Stencils for Check Point appliances

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My only issue with that source, is the 3rd party then contacts you to sell services.

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Very true, but if you use a temporary email its bearable Smiley Happy

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Anyone can offer some good 2D and 3D icon set? It is great there are detailed physical icons. But

The ones at VisioCafe free visio stencils download site (see below) look promising especially SDP one but,

a) Does not contain all the recent icons like vSEC and R80

b) Some sets (were built for some really old Visio version) and produce security warnings with VB script.

I would suggest CheckPoint to publish icons used across own documentation in own KB rather then third party site VisioCafe.