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dumbhead123
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Need to change Factory Default image from 80.30 to R80.40

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Hi Folks,

Got my appliance RMA'd and shipped with default image R80.30.

We perform a clean install to R80.40.

While performing a factory reset we only get the option to go back to R80.20 and have to go through the clean install process again.

Looking for a way to reset to R80.40. (If possible)

 

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Bob_Zimmerman
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You can use a tool called ISOmorphic (sk65205) to completely reimage a device. Feed it the R80.40 ISO image and a USB drive, then boot the firewall from that USB drive. Excluding downloading the image, it should take under half an hour end-to-end.

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Bob_Zimmerman
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You can use a tool called ISOmorphic (sk65205) to completely reimage a device. Feed it the R80.40 ISO image and a USB drive, then boot the firewall from that USB drive. Excluding downloading the image, it should take under half an hour end-to-end.

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dumbhead123
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Hi Bob_Zimmerman, thanks for your post.

As mentioned, we already did reimage to R80.40 , moving forward while doing factory reset , appliance boots up with default R80.30 image.

Looking for a way to change default boot image from R80.30 to R80.40.

This is the output we have from the console. As you can see, no option to factory reset to R80.40.

 

   Check Point Gaia R80.40

+-------------------------------------------------------------------------+

| Revert from other image                                                 |

| Reset to factory defaults - Gaia R80.30                                 |

| Start in 64bit no-debug mode                                            |

| Start in maintenance mode 64bit                                         |

| Start in 64bit online debug mode                                        |

| Start in 64bit normal mode                                              |

| HW Diagnostics                                                         

 

 

 

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PhoneBoy
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Did you boot off the USB drive prepared with isomorphic or reimage some other way?

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dumbhead123
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We did clean install using downloaded file and CPUSE.

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G_W_Albrecht
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...and that is the problem - you must use ISOmorphic or you will stay with the old factory defaults.

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