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So our firewall admin left and we have no documentation on any of the configs. I need to get into a ngx checkpoint but I'm not defined as a gui client. How can I add my IP so that I can be a gui client. I can access the firewall on the security admins old machine - just not mine. I checked out phoneboy.com but got lost in the sea of blogs :(
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What R version of NGX?
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Oops, forgot to ask are you running on a pc or on a appliance like a Nokia 350, etc...
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