If a licensing token is stolen or compromised, you can stop the token and regenerate it. After a token is regenerated, it must be re-injected into your VM in order to revoke the old token. You can also export a list of tokens to parse them in scripts.
- Go to Virtual Machines, and click the serial number you want to edit.
- Click Edit.
- Modify the VM configuration, and click Submit.
You can change the VM configuration as many times as you like. The largest size of the VM of the day will be considered for point consumption for the day.
It is recommended you reboot the FortiGate-VM after you change the configuration. To verify the configuration is in effect, run the get system status CLI command.
- Go to Virtual Machines, and click the serial number you want to stop.
- Click Stop. The Disable Virtual Machine dialog displays.
- Click Confirm. The VM status changes to Stopped. Point consumption will stop from the next day even while your managed VM may be still running.
- Go to Virtual Machines, and click a Serial Number with a status of Stopped.
- Click Reactivate. The Virtual Machine Details page displays.
- (Optional) Modify the Virtual Machine details.
- Click Submit. The serial number Status changes to Active. Point consumption will restart from the day you make this change even though you may still have not rerun your managed VM.
- Right-click the table, and click Export.
- Select CSV Export, Excel Export (xlsx), or Excel Export (.xml). The file is saved to your computer.