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How can I push 2 different policy packages to 2 different targets consecutively with API?

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I am trying to update objects using the postman. I have put a script together for all steps involved. The problem I have hit is because these objects exist in 2 policies on 2 different firewall clusters when the 2nd 1 starts to push the 1st policy is still pushing the 2nd 1 fails.

I am looking for a way round this - maybe to introduce a delay in between the 2 policies being pushed or a more creative way that would achieve the same result.

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Vladimir
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Re: How can I push 2 different policy packages to 2 different targets consecutively with API?

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I suspect that this is the same concurrency limitation that was mentioned here:

https://community.checkpoint.com/message/14688-multiple-policy-installation 

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Vladimir
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Re: How can I push 2 different policy packages to 2 different targets consecutively with API?

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I suspect that this is the same concurrency limitation that was mentioned here:

https://community.checkpoint.com/message/14688-multiple-policy-installation 

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Admin
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Re: How can I push 2 different policy packages to 2 different targets consecutively with API?

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Correct. Smiley Happy

You can only have one policy push active at any given time.

There is no mechanism that I'm aware of to queue another one up.

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Re: How can I push 2 different policy packages to 2 different targets consecutively with API?

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let's discuss our plans at the other thread Multiple Policy installation  because there might be workarounds.

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Tim_Koopman
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Re: How can I push 2 different policy packages to 2 different targets consecutively with API?

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Using the API the best you could do currently, would be to trigger the first policy install and monitor the Task. Once the task completes you trigger the next policy installation.

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