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XML Reference Guide

Metadata

The <forticlient_configuration> XML tag contains all XML tags and data in a configuration file. 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 FortiClient configuration file supports the following metadata:

Metadata

Description

<forticlient_version>6.0.6.66</forticlient_version>

FortiClient version number if the file is exported from FortiClient.

<version>6.0.6</version>

Configuration file version.

<date>2019/01/31</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.

Metadata

The <forticlient_configuration> XML tag contains all XML tags and data in a configuration file. 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 FortiClient configuration file supports the following metadata:

Metadata

Description

<forticlient_version>6.0.6.66</forticlient_version>

FortiClient version number if the file is exported from FortiClient.

<version>6.0.6</version>

Configuration file version.

<date>2019/01/31</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.