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Palo Alto Networks issues reported in the last 24 hours

Latest comments about Palo Alto Networks problems

  • A
    about 4 hours ago

    Anon Cannot connect to GlobalProtect VPN

  • J
    about 4 hours ago

    Jeanine Cannot Connect to GlobalProtect VPN

  • F
    about 8 hours ago

    Frank GlobalConnect not connecting.

  • B
    about 9 hours ago

    Britt Connected but wouldn't let me access drives. Restarted and now won't connect at all.

  • M
    about 9 hours ago

    Margaret It won’t connect. Is this part of the larger outage that’s occurring?

  • B
    about 11 hours ago

    Bret Cannot connect my Android phone since latest version.

  • K
    about 13 hours ago

    KMc Global Connect VPN will not connect

  • B
    about 13 hours ago

    Barbra 404 not found when verifying

  • M
    about 16 hours ago

    Mike Unable to connect using GlobalProtect app

  • J
    about 16 hours ago

    John Can't connect to anything

  • D
    about 18 hours ago

    Doug Will not allow access to the internet. Huntsville, AL

  • C
    1 day ago

    Carly Constantly dropping signal in Minneapolis despite own internet speed over 500. Very poor service with Palo Alto since their system update.

  • R
    7 days ago

    Renee Continues to connect, disconnect every 5-10 minutes. The disconnect freezes all my programs and causes the need to log in every time.

  • F
    8 days ago

    Fabio GlobalProtect is unstable and it won’t connect/restore connection. I’m based in Central Canada

  • C
    11 days ago

    Carly Frequent service interruptions. Palo Alto speed tests of less than 100 while my internet service is nearly 500.

  • D
    16 days ago

    Dania Continues saying input parameters incorrect

  • A
    17 days ago

    Aig Can’t get onto global protect

  • B
    17 days ago

    Barry Cant get onto global protect

  • C
    23 days ago

    Chris Cannot sign in to access critical services.

  • L
    about 1 month ago

    Laura Can't log in, keep getting message that says "User is not assigned to this application."

Latest Palo Alto Networks status updates

Intermittent 5xx errors on public API endpoints


Started July 13, 2024

Customers and clients will see intemittent 5xx errors when calling exposed API endpoints. We are currently investigating the issue. Data scanning and log/syslog delivery will be delayed.

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Palo Alto Networks outages in the last 30 days

Number of Incidents

17 issues

Last incident

1 days ago

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Palo Alto Networks last outage was on July 19, 2024 with the title "Strata Cloud Manager issue in Japan region"

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