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Verifying the license type

You can run the get system status command. For a bring your own license (BYOL) instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZURE v7.2.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

For a pay as you go (PAYG) instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZUREONDEMAND v7.2.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

By opening the operating system (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 bring your own license (BYOL) instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZURE v7.2.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

For a pay as you go (PAYG) instance, the output is as follows:

Version: FortiGate-VM64-AZUREONDEMAND v7.2.0,build1579,200330 (GA)

By opening the operating system (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.