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All of the XML tags and data in a configuration file are contained inside the XML tag <forticlient_configuration>. An empty configuration file looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<forticlient_configuration>

</forticlient_configuration>

The first line of the file includes an XML version number as well as the encoding. This is the standard XML start tag.

The following meta data is supported:

Meta data

Description

<forticlient_version>6.0.3.66</forticlient_version>

FortiClient version number if the file is exported from FortiClient.

<version>6.0.3</version>

Configuration file version.

<date>2018/07/31</date>

Date the file was generated.

<partial_configuration>0</partial_configuration>

Controls whether the configuration is replaced or added in import/restore. Possible values are 0 or 1.

<os_version>windows</os_version>

Indicates whether this configuration is generated from Microsoft Windows or macOS. Possible values are windows or MacOSX.

<os_architecture>x64</os_architecture>

Indicates the OS architecture. Possible values are x64 or x32.

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All of the XML tags and data in a configuration file are contained inside the XML tag <forticlient_configuration>. An empty configuration file looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<forticlient_configuration>

</forticlient_configuration>

The first line of the file includes an XML version number as well as the encoding. This is the standard XML start tag.

The following meta data is supported:

Meta data

Description

<forticlient_version>6.0.3.66</forticlient_version>

FortiClient version number if the file is exported from FortiClient.

<version>6.0.3</version>

Configuration file version.

<date>2018/07/31</date>

Date the file was generated.

<partial_configuration>0</partial_configuration>

Controls whether the configuration is replaced or added in import/restore. Possible values are 0 or 1.

<os_version>windows</os_version>

Indicates whether this configuration is generated from Microsoft Windows or macOS. Possible values are windows or MacOSX.

<os_architecture>x64</os_architecture>

Indicates the OS architecture. Possible values are x64 or x32.