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Vladimir
Pearl

Incorrect requirements for HTTPS inspection blade for Application Control in R80.20

It is not the first time I am seeing this and, I suspect, this is not an accurate statement:

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Since when we look at the logs for the rule that has those applications defined, we are seeing:

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As well as the third app, Office365-Outlook, if we are to scroll further down.

Can something be done to eliminate the inaccurate notification during policy installation? 

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Admin
Admin

Re: Incorrect requirements for HTTPS inspection blade for Application Control in R80.20

It's possible detecting these applications requires HTTPS Inspection to work reliably, but may work in some instances.
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Re: Incorrect requirements for HTTPS inspection blade for Application Control in R80.20

This is happening with "Google Maps" Also.   There is no Check Point SK on this so we don't know if we should back out of a migration right now or what.  Why is there so much still wrong with R80?

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Employee
Employee

Re: Incorrect requirements for HTTPS inspection blade for Application Control in R80.20

Applications marked as "requires HTTPS Inspection" once full detection will be achieved by enabling full HTTPS Inspecion.

Partial detection of those apps may occur, however in order to fully allow/block those application the recommendation is allowing HTTPSI.