Viewing the Endpoints content pane
To view the Endpoints content pane:
You can view information about endpoints on the Endpoints content pane.
- Go to Endpoints, and select All Endpoints, a domain, or workgroup.
The list of endpoints in FortiClient EMS, a quick status bar, and a toolbar display in the content pane.
Number of endpoints that do not have FortiClient installed. Click to display the list of endpoints without FortiClient installed.
Number of endpoints not connected to FortiClient EMS or FortiGate. Click to display the list of disconnected endpoints.
Number of endpoints with an out-of-sync profile. Click to display the list of endpoints with out-of-sync profiles.
Number of endpoints not compliant with the FortiGate compliance rules. Click to display the list of not compliant endpoints.
Number of endpoints that are a security risk. Click to display the list of endpoints.
Select all endpoints displayed in the content pane.
Hide or display the following column headings: Device, User, IP, Configurations, Connections, Status, and Events.
Show/Hide Full Group Path
Hide or display the full path for the group that the endpoint belongs to.
Refresh the list of endpoints in the content pane.
Search All Fields
Enter a value and press Enter to search for the value in the list of endpoints.
Click to display and hide filters you can use to filter the list of endpoints.
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays an icon to represent the operating system on the endpoint and the device hostname. The endpoint's group path displays under the hostname.
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays the name of the user logged into the endpoint.
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays the endpoint's IP address.
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays the name of the profile assigned to the endpoint and the profile's synchronization status.
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays whether the endpoint is connected to FortiClient EMS and/or FortiGate and the connection status of Online, Offline, or Not Registered.
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays one of the following compliance statuses for the endpoint.
- Not compliant
- Not Participating in Compliancy
- Not registered
- Not installed
Visible when headings are displayed. Displays FortiClient events for the endpoint.
- Click an endpoint to display its details in the content pane.
The following dropdown lists display in the toolbar for the selected endpoint:
Click to select and deselect all endpoints in the content pane. You can then select or clear the checkbox for individual endpoints to fine-tune the list of selected endpoints.
Click to start a Vulnerability or AV scan on the selected endpoint.
Click to patch all critical and high vulnerabilities on the selected endpoint. Choose one of the following options:
- Selected Vulnerabilities on Selected Clients
- Selected Vulnerabilities on All Affected Clients
- All Critical and High Vulnerabilities
Click to perform one of the following actions on the selected endpoint:
- Upload FortiClient Logs
- Request Diagnostic Results
- Update Signatures
- Exclude from Management
- Clear Events
- Mark as Uninstalled
- Delete Device
The following tabs are available in the content pane toolbar when you select an endpoint, depending on which FortiClient features have been installed on the endpoint and enabled via the assigned profile:
Displays the name of the user logged into the selected endpoint. Also displays the user's avatar, email address, and phone number if these are provided to FortiClient on the endpoint. If the user's LinkedIn, Google, Salesforce, or other cloud app account is linked in FortiClient, the username from the cloud application displays.
Displays the selected endpoint's hostname.
Displays the selected endpoint's operating system and version number.
Displays the selected endpoint's MAC address.
Displays the last date and time that FortiClient sent a keep-alive message to EMS. This information is useful if FortiClient is offline because it indicates when the last keep-alive message occurred.
Displays if the selected endpoint is on-net or off-net, or if that information is unavailable.
Displays if the selected endpoint is connected to FortiClient EMS and/or FortiGate. Also displays the connection status.
Displays the following information for the selected endpoint:
- Profile: Name of the profile assigned to the selected endpoint and its synchronization status.
- Installer: Name of the FortiClient installer used for the selected endpoint. Displays Not Assigned if no FortiClient installer has been assigned to the selected endpoint.
- Gateway List: Name of the gateway list used for the selected endpoint and its synchronization status. Displays Not Assigned if no gateway list has been assigned to the selected endpoint.
- FortiClient Version: FortiClient version installed on the selected endpoint.
- FortiClient Serial Number: Serial number for the selected endpoint's FortiClient license.
Displays if the endpoint is compliant. If the endpoint is not compliant, displays the features for which FortiClient is not compliant.
Displays which features are enabled for FortiClient.
Displays the AV event's date and time.
Displays the AV event's message.
Displays the sandbox event's date and time.
Displays the sandbox event's message.
Displays the firewall event's date and time.
Displays the firewall event's message.
Displays the vulnerability's name. For example, Security update available for Adobe Reader.
Displays the vulnerability's category. For example, Third Party App.
Displays the name of the application with the vulnerability.
Displays the vulnerability's severity.
Displays the FortiGuard ID number. If you click the FortiGuard ID number, it redirects you to FortiGuard where further information is provided if available.
Displays a link to a bulletin about the software vulnerability.
Web Filter Events
Displays the web filter event's date and time.
Displays the web filter event's message.
Displays the system event's date and time.
Displays the system event's message.