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Don't suppose anyone has the original rpm for CPsrsc-50 for RHEL 7.3 I have a working instance, however, I know longer have the original rpm or tarball....
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    original rpm for CPsrsc-50 for RHEL 7.3


    Don't suppose anyone has the original rpm for CPsrsc-50 for RHEL 7.3

    I have a working instance, however, I know longer have the original rpm or tarball.

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    RHEL 7.3? They are only up to 5.3! Do you mean the old Red Hat 7.3? They started renumbering when they released RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux) a few years ago.
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    yep. the old 7.3..

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    Well, I don't find it on the CheckPoint web site - just their newer version. If you don't have a copy around somewhere, then you probably need to contact your CP account rep who might be able to scrounge a copy for you. I also didn't find any links to an archived copy from Google. All I came up with was the installation docs in a PDF. Sorry.
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    Yep thats where I got to as well

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