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CLI Reference

config endpoint-control tag

This configuration is automatically created after the ZTNA tags are synchronized to FortiADC from FortiClient EMS.

This is a hidden command. As the records are automatically generated, editing is not recommended. For debug information for ZTNA tags registered to FortiClient EMS, use diagnose endpoint-control tag list.

In certain scenarios, you may need to delete a ZTNA tag record. For example, when you delete a FortiClient EMS connector from FortiADC and a ZTNA Profile is still using the ZTNA tag that has been synchronized from this FortiClient EMS connector, FortiADC would not delete the related endpoint-control tag configuration. In this case, you can delete the ZTNA tag record through CLI config endpoint-control tag or use the purge command to delete the entire table.

Syntax

config endpoint-control tags

edit <$(EMS_SN)_$(TAG_NAME)>

set uuid <UUID>

set obj-type TAG

next

end

Example

config endpoint-control tags

edit "FCTEMS8822003242_REvil_IOC_registry_key"

next

purge

ADC(tags) # purge

This operation will clear all table!

Do you want to continue? (y/n)y

config endpoint-control tag

This configuration is automatically created after the ZTNA tags are synchronized to FortiADC from FortiClient EMS.

This is a hidden command. As the records are automatically generated, editing is not recommended. For debug information for ZTNA tags registered to FortiClient EMS, use diagnose endpoint-control tag list.

In certain scenarios, you may need to delete a ZTNA tag record. For example, when you delete a FortiClient EMS connector from FortiADC and a ZTNA Profile is still using the ZTNA tag that has been synchronized from this FortiClient EMS connector, FortiADC would not delete the related endpoint-control tag configuration. In this case, you can delete the ZTNA tag record through CLI config endpoint-control tag or use the purge command to delete the entire table.

Syntax

config endpoint-control tags

edit <$(EMS_SN)_$(TAG_NAME)>

set uuid <UUID>

set obj-type TAG

next

end

Example

config endpoint-control tags

edit "FCTEMS8822003242_REvil_IOC_registry_key"

next

purge

ADC(tags) # purge

This operation will clear all table!

Do you want to continue? (y/n)y