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Zero Trust Telemetry

To connect Telemetry to an on-premise EMS or FortiClient Cloud:
  1. Go to Zero Trust Telemetry.
  2. Do one of the following:
    1.  To automatically detect and connect to an on-premise EMS:
      1. Enable Zero Trust Telemetry Connection by swiping right. When FortiClient detects a Telemetry server, a confirmation popup appears.
      2. Tap Send Zero Trust Telemetry Data to connect to the server.
    2. To connect to an on-premise EMS by entering the server IP address:
      1. Tap Connect to.
      2. In the Select Connection dialog, tap EMS.
      3. Enter the EMS server IP address. FortiClient iOS connects to the specified EMS server.
    3. To connect to an on-premise EMS or FortiClient Cloud using an invitation code:
      1. Tap Connect to.
      2. In the Select Connection dialog, tap EMS or FortiClient Cloud.
      3. In the Invitation Code field, enter the invitation code.
      4. Tap Done.

        When FortiClient iOS achieves connection to EMS or FortiClient Cloud, it becomes managed and receives a license.

    4. To connect to an on-premise EMS or FortiClient Cloud using a QR code:
      1. Tap Connect to.
      2. In the Select Connection dialog, tap Scan QR Code.
      3. Scan the QR code with the device camera. You must allow FortiClient iOS permissions to access the device camera. FortiClient iOS automatically connects to the EMS server based on the scanned QR code.
To specify a Zero Trust Telemetry server:
  1. Tap Specify Preferred Host.
  2. Enter Host and Port.
  3. If the EMS administrator has enabled multitenancy, in the Site field, enter the site name.
  4. Tap Done.
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You can use the mobileconfig file to preconfigure a Telemetry preferred host. Once FortiClient starts, it uses this preferred host to register. See Creating a Mobileconfig profile.

Zero Trust Telemetry

To connect Telemetry to an on-premise EMS or FortiClient Cloud:
  1. Go to Zero Trust Telemetry.
  2. Do one of the following:
    1.  To automatically detect and connect to an on-premise EMS:
      1. Enable Zero Trust Telemetry Connection by swiping right. When FortiClient detects a Telemetry server, a confirmation popup appears.
      2. Tap Send Zero Trust Telemetry Data to connect to the server.
    2. To connect to an on-premise EMS by entering the server IP address:
      1. Tap Connect to.
      2. In the Select Connection dialog, tap EMS.
      3. Enter the EMS server IP address. FortiClient iOS connects to the specified EMS server.
    3. To connect to an on-premise EMS or FortiClient Cloud using an invitation code:
      1. Tap Connect to.
      2. In the Select Connection dialog, tap EMS or FortiClient Cloud.
      3. In the Invitation Code field, enter the invitation code.
      4. Tap Done.

        When FortiClient iOS achieves connection to EMS or FortiClient Cloud, it becomes managed and receives a license.

    4. To connect to an on-premise EMS or FortiClient Cloud using a QR code:
      1. Tap Connect to.
      2. In the Select Connection dialog, tap Scan QR Code.
      3. Scan the QR code with the device camera. You must allow FortiClient iOS permissions to access the device camera. FortiClient iOS automatically connects to the EMS server based on the scanned QR code.
To specify a Zero Trust Telemetry server:
  1. Tap Specify Preferred Host.
  2. Enter Host and Port.
  3. If the EMS administrator has enabled multitenancy, in the Site field, enter the site name.
  4. Tap Done.
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You can use the mobileconfig file to preconfigure a Telemetry preferred host. Once FortiClient starts, it uses this preferred host to register. See Creating a Mobileconfig profile.