Which Command Is Used to Disable the Active Technology Package for a License?

If you’re looking to disable the active technology package for a license, you’ll need to use the ‘deactivate-tech-package’ command. This blog post will show you how to use this command, as well as provide some important tips to keep in mind.

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Introduction

The active technology package for a license is the set of features that are currently enabled for that license. You can disable the active technology package for a license using the License Administration Utility.

What is the active technology package?

The active technology package is the technology package that is currently enabled on your license. This is the package that you are using to access the features and functionality of your license.

What is the command to disable the active technology package?

You can use the license deactivate command to disable the active technology package for a license. This will stop all features associated with that license from being used.

How to disable the active technology package?

You can use the deactivate-tp command to disable the active technology package for a license. This will prevent you from using any of the features in that package.

Why disable the active technology package?

There are a few reasons you might want to disable the active technology package for a license:

-You’re no longer using the software and want to free up the license for someone else.
-You want to use a different version of the software and need to temporarily disable the active technology package for your current license.
-There’s a problem with the software and you need to disable it until it can be fixed.

To disable the active technology package for a license, you’ll need to use the “lmdeactivate” command. This can be done either from the command line or from within your License Manager GUI.

What are the benefits of disabling the active technology package?

The benefits of disabling the active technology package are that it can help you troubleshoot software issues, conserve system resources, reduce power consumption, and improve system performance.

What are the drawbacks of disabling the active technology package?

There are two types of licenses for Check Point products – User capacity licenses and Device licenses. User capacity licenses are based on the maximum number of users allowed to be connected concurrently to the security gateway. A user can be any type of client – Web, Mobile, Desktop or Clientless. Device licenses are based on the physical security gateway device model and its corresponding throughput.

The Check Point license model consists of two parts – the Base License and the Active Technology Package (ATP). The Base License contains all the common features available with every Check Point product. The Active Technology Package is an add-on that provides advanced features such as Intrusion Prevention System (IPS), Application Control, URL Filtering and Anti-Virus/Anti-Spyware/Anti-Bot.

When a new license is installed on a Check Point security gateway, both the Base License and ATP will be active by default. In some cases, you may want to disable the ATP in order to reduce the cost of the license or because the additional features are not required. However, there are some drawbacks associated with disabling the ATP.

How to enable the active technology package?

If you want to disable the active technology package for a license, you can use the command ‘enable-atp’. This will allow you to change the status of the ATP back to ‘inactive’.

Why enable the active technology package?

There are a number of reasons you might want to enable the active technology package for a license. For example, if you’re troubleshooting an issue or trying out a new feature, you may want to disable the package to see if that resolves the issue. In some cases, enabling the active technology package can also help improve performance.

Conclusion

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