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Azure Administration Guide

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Verifying the license type

You can run the get system status command. For a BYOL instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZURE v6.4.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

For a PAYG instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZUREONDEMAND v6.4.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

By opening the OS disk, you can also verify the image used during deployment, which indicates the license type. The deployment process clones the disk from a disk image that Fortinet has provided to the Azure marketplace.

Open your deployed VM's OS disk and select Export template. In the template, search for imageReference. For a BYOL instance, this URI contains fortinet_fg-vm. For a PAYG instance, it contains fortinet_fg-vm_payg_20190624.

Verifying the license type

You can run the get system status command. For a BYOL instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZURE v6.4.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

For a PAYG instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZUREONDEMAND v6.4.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

By opening the OS disk, you can also verify the image used during deployment, which indicates the license type. The deployment process clones the disk from a disk image that Fortinet has provided to the Azure marketplace.

Open your deployed VM's OS disk and select Export template. In the template, search for imageReference. For a BYOL instance, this URI contains fortinet_fg-vm. For a PAYG instance, it contains fortinet_fg-vm_payg_20190624.