There are two ways to achieve this:
- R80.10 and earlier using dbedit: (see Editing the objects_5_0.C file via Check Point database editing utilities and the R77 CLI Reference Guide)
- print properties firewall_properties
- R80 and R80.10 using the API/mgmt_cli (thanks Uri Bialik for sharing):
- Get the UID of the Firewall Properties table
mgmt_cli show-generic-objects name "firewall_properties" -r true
- uid: "42b7d2e2-4131-4c7c-8a99-ea3af38509e9"
name: "SMC User"
- Print the details of the object by UID:
- mgmt_cli show generic-object uid "42b7d2e2-4131-4c7c-8a99-ea3af38509e9" -r true -f json
In the future, we plan to have formal API support for querying and setting the various Global Property settings.