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Can anyone help me, how do I copy a security policy from a clients server to a test server? and complete a fwm load ? the export/import tools do not seem to work if servers are on the same platform level, ie NG FP2?


Also if I upgrade from FW1 NG FP2, how do I load the policy? as it loads the default, and the file-open does not work? and how do I de-install
R55 back to NG FP2 or can I?
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Copy the entire conf directory, and also everything in the registry that appears under Check Point.

http://www.attackprevention.com/ap/library/ng_backup.pdf
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