This section lists the known issues in Security Director Release 18.2R1.
For the most complete and latest information about known Security Director defects, use the Juniper Networks online Junos Problem Report Search application.
Cluster devices are discovered in different domains. PR1162407
After you upgrade Security Director, the custom column is not visible in the firewall rule grid. PR1256789
The global search for a dynamic address group does not work as expected. PR1285893
If there is a change in the login password of NSX Manager, vCenter, or Junos Space, then use the Edit NSX Manager page in Security Director to modify the login password information. Otherwise, synchronization of NSX Manager and dynamic address groups update fails.PR1291965
If NSX is integrated with Security Director, several login and logout entries are observed in the audit log. PR1291972
If you delete an NSX service, the associated firewall or IPS policies created by Security Director are also deleted. If you need a copy of the NSX-created group firewall or IPS policies, you must clone them manually before deleting the NSX service. PR1291974
As Security Director is not aware of the IDP licenses installed on the NSX Manager with vSRX VM, you must perform the full probe during the installation of the IDP signature. PR1291977
Application firewall OCR fails when the OVER WRITE option is selected.
Workaround: You can choose the RE_NAME option and proceed with the rollback or import. PR1324941
When you try to add device-specific values for child domains in variable addresses or zones, the changes are not saved in the user interface. PR1330389
NAT pool is not shown in the OCR screen if the used address has conflicts. PR1330392
While upgrading log collector from Security Director Release 17.2R2 to Security Director Release 18.1R1 using a log collector upgrade script, if log collector reboots during the upgrade, then the Security Director node addition procedure fails. PR1350341
Importing variables from CSV is not working as expected. PR1350890
Dashboard widget preferences are not retained after upgrading log collector from Security Director Release 17.1R1 to Security Director Release 18.1R1. PR1350292
When you invoke the monitoring pages and dashboard widget (Top Compromised Hosts) for the first time, the message An Error occurred while requesting the data is displayed. PR1239956
Workaround: Refresh the browser and select the appropriate realm to show the right data.
When the integrated Log Collector is installed, searching for address objects in Security Director Release 17.1R1 displays the error message no data available. PR1312104
The Top Compromised Hosts widget user interface loads with the error message An error occurred while requesting data. PR1370388
When NAT rule creation exceeds the actual grid visibility range, the user cannot view and edit the new record as the complete grid is grayed out. PR1369385
Workaround: If create NAT rule grid is grayed out, click the Cancel icon and edit the newly created rule.
For known issues in Policy Enforcer, see Policy Enforcer Release Notes.