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Is it possible to restore a policy from the firewall back to the CP management console?

Posted on 2009-05-12
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I accidentally deleted a policy from the Checkpoint Management Console (Checkpoint SmartDashboard).  The policy is still installed and I can open it by pulling it directly from the firewall.  How can I get it back into the management station so I can edit it and manage it.  I have policies installed and active but only did this to one of them...

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Hi there,

Could you exaplin what you mean with "The policy is still installed and I can open it by pulling it directly from the firewall" -

Can you open this in the management interface or do you mean a rulebase file or what exactly are you pulling directly from the firewall?

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I just recreated the policy.  Thanks anyway...
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