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Palo Alto Networks PCNSA Exam

Certification Provider: Palo Alto Networks
Exam: Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Administrator
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 348
Exam Version: March 25, 2023
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Palo Alto Networks PCNSA Comments:
Highly Voted 1 year, 5 months ago
No longer valid, Exam now consists of 60 questions and only 20% were from here.
upvoted 11 times
1 year, 3 months ago
This is valid, covers about 70-80% of the exam.
upvoted 4 times
Highly Voted 3 years ago
100% Valid. Took exam 26/03/2020. Got 85%. It Reliable
upvoted 10 times
Most Recent 1 week, 5 days ago
95% of the questions came from here. I passed the exam last week
upvoted 1 times
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Passed today. about 90% fom here. read the discussion.
upvoted 6 times
1 month, 3 weeks ago
I passed the exam on 3 February 2023 with the score 86. The questions on this site are still valid. Around 80% of the quastions came from here. If you want to pass the exam carefully read the discussions of the PCNSA questions on https://www.examtopics.com/discussions/palo-alto-networks/ . Choose the most voted answers.
upvoted 4 times
2 months ago
Passed today, 70 question around 90% were from here
upvoted 2 times
2 months ago
Thank you for sharing the info.
upvoted 1 times
2 months, 1 week ago
Passed today :) i got like 70% questions from here.
upvoted 4 times
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Took Jan 2023. 50% to 60% from here. Passed 85%. Exam contained 70qtns. If you go through and understand the questions and community discussions should be good enough
upvoted 5 times
3 months, 1 week ago
Passed PCNSA today. 95% were from here
upvoted 4 times
5 months ago
Took the exam on 27th of October and 60%-70% of the questions were from here. 15-20 new questions regarding NAT, authentication profiles, Security profiles/rules and Panorama.
upvoted 2 times
5 months, 2 weeks ago
I took the exam today (oct 18 2022) and the 80%-85% questions is the same (10-13 new questions). New question related with NAT, Panorama and authentication profiles. I recommend follow the answers of the community (ansvers voted) because the answers of the website are outdated. I only use this resource and read the PCNSA guide exam and pass the exam
upvoted 6 times
6 months, 1 week ago
Passed on 23/09/2022. 85% from here
upvoted 6 times
7 months, 1 week ago
I passed the exam, however, only 70% of the questions are from here. Go through the PCNSA study guide, it covers all the new questions.
upvoted 3 times
8 months ago
Hi guys. Passed today but you should know the number of questions from here on the exam is only about 40% now.
upvoted 3 times
9 months ago
Passed the exam last week (late June 2022). 48/60 questions were from here. New questions were mainly on NAT, Panorama, answering questions about displayed rules, and determining rules for a giving diagram. Go through these questions and read the official study guide and you should be fine.
upvoted 2 times
11 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed the PCNSE exam on Friday (15/Apr/2022). Around 60% of the questions here were on the exam. Yes, a lot of SSL decryption questions as @Mp84047 said. And few new questions that @Mp84047 has posted here. By the way, I just organized some new questions on GDocs for free: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Xt_c8bnxGGrnX1pu14oucyPokg80OKzkISWEZ_oafDY/ Goood luck!
upvoted 5 times
12 months ago
passed last week, Had about 8 new question. global protect, ldap server port etc.
upvoted 1 times

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