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FortiGate-7000F Handbook

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Reverting to Multi VDOM mode

You can use the following command to revert to Multi VDOM mode from Split-Task VDOM mode:

config global

config system global

set vdom-mode multi-vdom

end

You are logged out. Once you are logged back in, the FortiGate-7000F is operating in Multi VDOM mode. Some Split-Task VDOM configuration settings will remain. For example, the FG-traffic VDOM is not deleted when you revert to Multi VDOM mode.

You can also revert to Multi VDOM mode by resetting your FortiGate-7000F to factory defaults using the following CLI command:

execute factoryreset

This command resets the configuration of your FortiGate-7000F to factory defaults, which includes operating in Multi VDOM mode.

Reverting to Multi VDOM mode

You can use the following command to revert to Multi VDOM mode from Split-Task VDOM mode:

config global

config system global

set vdom-mode multi-vdom

end

You are logged out. Once you are logged back in, the FortiGate-7000F is operating in Multi VDOM mode. Some Split-Task VDOM configuration settings will remain. For example, the FG-traffic VDOM is not deleted when you revert to Multi VDOM mode.

You can also revert to Multi VDOM mode by resetting your FortiGate-7000F to factory defaults using the following CLI command:

execute factoryreset

This command resets the configuration of your FortiGate-7000F to factory defaults, which includes operating in Multi VDOM mode.