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Palo Alto Networks PCNSE Exam

Certification Provider: Palo Alto Networks
Exam: Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer
Duration: 2 Hours
Number of questions in the database: 567
Exam Version: Sept. 20, 2023
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Palo Alto Networks PCNSE Comments:
Highly Voted 2 years, 8 months ago
Passed exam today, just more or less 8 new questions, the one I can recall are: - Format of Panorama template variables -> $Panorama - why on panorama in health monitor some entries are in red -> deviations from 7 day average treshold - USB bootstrap file on NTFS filesystem not working -> unsupported filesystem - wildfire file type with basic subscription -> question present here but has different options, I had 4: vbs, bat, pe, eps Good luck
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Highly Voted 1 year, 6 months ago
Today( Mar 02, 2022), I passed PCNSE. First, I would like to say Thanks a million to ExamTopics admins and contributors. I learned many stuffs and correct answers from here within discussions. But you cannot rely on only ExamTopics to take PCNSE. According to my experience today, I saw 70 to 75 % of the questions from here in real exam.For others, I would like to suggest CertLibrary.com website premium file for PCNSE which includes most valid questions. But again, don’t blindly believe the answers from there as well since it is mixed many wrong answers with correct ones. You need to verify the answers by referencing Palo Alto official docs.
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Most Recent 1 week, 3 days ago
Passed the exam few days ago. Only 4 questions over 75 were NOT in this dump.
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2 weeks, 4 days ago
Passed the PCNSE exam today. Around 90% of the questions here were on the exam. Most questions from 300 onwards.
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1 month, 3 weeks ago
I've passed my PCNSE exam on 28/7/2023. It is quite accurate. Please purchase a contributor access.
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2 months, 3 weeks ago
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3 months, 1 week ago
Hello i have passed my exam yesterday using this dump as all the questions are here. Thanks!
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3 months, 1 week ago
I just passed the exam (17/06/2023) with a score of 920%. Only 3 questions over 75 were not in this dump. This dump is really useful. Be carefull, most of the answers aren't correct. You need to check responses on palo alto docs website. Good luck
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4 months ago
I took the exam today 26/05. However only 50% was from here. New questions have been added to the exam. And some questions are from PAN OS 11.0
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5 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed the exam this week, you would need a contributor access as most of the questions came from here but also you would need to study a bit of the new PANOS version 11.0
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6 months, 1 week ago
PAssed it today. most questions were from here. There were few from outside the list here. not all the answeres here are correct.
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7 months ago
I just PASSED my PCNSE test today 2/27/2023. This guide was a huge help!. I would say 80-90% of the questions came from here. There were a couple of questions related to PAN OS 11. Around 4-6 questions. Definitely need to have contributor access to this site since the last 250 question on this site were the most relevant to the exam. I repeat, you NEED contributor access.
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7 months ago
Took the exam 2/23. Roughly 75-80% of the questions on the exam. Had 8 questions related to PAN-OS 11.0 (4 of them related to Web Proxy questions)
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7 months ago
Just passed on 2/22/23, my third PCNSE. I used this site as a final study guide and it really helped. The main value is the community helping to find the correct answers. Make sure you read the comments, verify the links and get the correct answers vs. just trusting the "right" answer. Thanks, Examtopics. I found many questions from this study tool be be on the test.
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7 months, 1 week ago
I Just Passed today 2/20/2023 in the US, These questions are valid but you have to do 2 things : 1. Study well 2. get contributor access to this website to access the 500Q
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7 months, 1 week ago
Passed with around 85% and 80% of the questions were here. The discussions were a tremendous help!
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7 months, 2 weeks ago
Passed the PCNSE exam (7/feb/2023). Around 80% of the questions here were on the exam.
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