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Update AWS Account Automatically

When your AWS account failed to be added to FortiCWP, you can update the AWS account on FortiCWP to re-add the account. It also gives you a chance to add or delete the optional permissions to the existing account. For more details, see AWS Permission and Resource Requirements

Update AWS Account - Part 1

  1. From the FortiCWP navigation pane, go to Admin > Account, click Action button of the account and select Update Account.
  2. In Update AWS Account selection, select Update this Account Automatically and click Update AWS Account.
  3. Enter the AWS Account ID of the account to be updated and name the account. In Select Permission section, select optional permissions to be granted to FortiCWP as needed.
  4. In CloudTrail section, select "Yes" to allow FortiCWP to create a CloudTrail for the account, or "No" if you already created one.
  5. Click Next to continue to the next page.
  6. Click Go to AWS CloudFormation Guide to be re-directed to AWS CloudFormation guide to clean up the previous configurations.
  7. A new page will pop up with AWS CloudFormation Guide, click Next at the bottom of each page until the last page, and click Create Stack.
  8. Refresh the stack status page and until the FortiCWPClean stack status shows "CREATE_COMPLETE".
  9. Go back to FortiCWP add account page, and click Next to continue.

Update AWS Account - Part 2

After part 1 is completed, a status update will show that the cleanup stack have removed the old CloudFormation, roles, and policies.

  1. Click Next to continue with the rest of the steps.
  2. Click Go to AWS CloudFormation Guide again to create new stack for the AWS account.
  3. A new page will pop up with AWS CloudFormation Guide, click Next at the bottom of each page until the last page, and click Create Stack.
  4. Refresh the stack status page until the FortiCWP stack status shows "CREATE_COMPLETE".
  5. Go back to FortiCWP update account page, and click Update AWS Account to complete.

 

 

 

 

Update AWS Account Automatically

When your AWS account failed to be added to FortiCWP, you can update the AWS account on FortiCWP to re-add the account. It also gives you a chance to add or delete the optional permissions to the existing account. For more details, see AWS Permission and Resource Requirements

Update AWS Account - Part 1

  1. From the FortiCWP navigation pane, go to Admin > Account, click Action button of the account and select Update Account.
  2. In Update AWS Account selection, select Update this Account Automatically and click Update AWS Account.
  3. Enter the AWS Account ID of the account to be updated and name the account. In Select Permission section, select optional permissions to be granted to FortiCWP as needed.
  4. In CloudTrail section, select "Yes" to allow FortiCWP to create a CloudTrail for the account, or "No" if you already created one.
  5. Click Next to continue to the next page.
  6. Click Go to AWS CloudFormation Guide to be re-directed to AWS CloudFormation guide to clean up the previous configurations.
  7. A new page will pop up with AWS CloudFormation Guide, click Next at the bottom of each page until the last page, and click Create Stack.
  8. Refresh the stack status page and until the FortiCWPClean stack status shows "CREATE_COMPLETE".
  9. Go back to FortiCWP add account page, and click Next to continue.

Update AWS Account - Part 2

After part 1 is completed, a status update will show that the cleanup stack have removed the old CloudFormation, roles, and policies.

  1. Click Next to continue with the rest of the steps.
  2. Click Go to AWS CloudFormation Guide again to create new stack for the AWS account.
  3. A new page will pop up with AWS CloudFormation Guide, click Next at the bottom of each page until the last page, and click Create Stack.
  4. Refresh the stack status page until the FortiCWP stack status shows "CREATE_COMPLETE".
  5. Go back to FortiCWP update account page, and click Update AWS Account to complete.