This article lists all of the issues that have been resolved in R71.10.
For more information on R71.10, refer to R71.10 Release Notes, Check Point R71.10 and R71.10 Known Limitations.
To see if an issue has been fixed in other releases, search for the issue ID in Support Center.
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||Policy installation no longer causes a file descriptor leak in CPD daemon. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||A DCE-RPC rule, followed by another rule that specifies a different action, is now enforced correctly, and not according to the action specified for the following rule. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||The reminder pop-up window in OWA 2010 now functions as expected. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||SNX Application Mode can now upload large files when using SSL VPN. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||Occasionally, after setting httpd logs on 'debug' and then installing a policy, the user might experience a delay with the SSL VPN portal. This issue has been resolved. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||Hostnames without domains that appear in links (for example, myportal) are always included in SSL VPN's translation domain. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||The search option in OWA 2010 now functions as expected and does not display "Unexpected Error" messages. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||Enabling the R71 SSL VPN Blade causes a Firewall access control issue. Installing R71.10 on both the Security Management server and the gateway is mandatory to resolve this issue.
||Abra is now supported on all platforms. Install R71.10 on Security Gateway.
||Certificate enrollment by SecureClient, Endpoint Connect or Abra is now supported when CoreXL is enabled.
To apply this fix on Security Gateways:
To apply this fix in Security Management environments:
- Install/upgrade Security Gateways to R71.10 and reboot the gateways.
- Install/upgrade Security Management to R71.10.
- In the "lib" directory on the Security Management server (
$FWDIR/lib/ in SecurePlatform, Linux, IPSO and Solaris, or
%FWDIR%\lib\ on Windows), rename the "
table_HFA.def" file to "
table.def" (this overrides the previous contents of "
Note: If you made any manual changes to "
table.def", you MUST add them manually to "
table_HFA.def" before renaming it.
- Install policy.
To apply this fix in Multi-Domain Management environments:
- Install/upgrade Multi-Domain Management server to R71.10.
- Copy R71.10 hotfix_map.conf for Provider-1 to
# ln -s $MDS_TEMPLATE/bin/update_inspect_files $MDSDIR/bin/update_inspect_files_hfa
- If manual changes were made to
table.def, record the changes.
# hf_propagate m
Note: If manual changes in
# hf_propagate o
table.def are detected, messages will be shown.
- To override the manual changes run:
# hf_propagate o --override_manual
- If you recorded any manual changes, add them now to
- If you need to uninstall R71.10 (
# /opt/CPsuite-R71/uninstall_fw1_HOTFIX_R71_10), make sure to run:
# hf_propagate u R71.10
This solution is about products that are no longer supported and it will not be updated