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Language support

The following table lists FortiManager language support information.

Language

GUI Reports

English

Chinese (Simplified)

Chinese (Traditional)

French

 

Japanese

Korean

Portuguese

 

Spanish

 

To change the FortiManager language setting, go to System Settings > Admin > Admin Settings, in Administrative Settings > Language select the desired language on the drop-down menu. The default value is Auto Detect.

Russian, Hebrew, and Hungarian are not included in the default report languages. You can create your own language translation files for these languages and import the language translation files into FortiManager by using one of the following commands:

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <ftp> <server IP address> <user name> <password> <file name>

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <sftp <server IP address> <user name> <password> <file name>

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <scp> <server IP address> <user name> <password> <file name>

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <tftp> <server IP address> <file name>

For more information about commands, see the FortiManager CLI Reference.

Language support

The following table lists FortiManager language support information.

Language

GUI Reports

English

Chinese (Simplified)

Chinese (Traditional)

French

 

Japanese

Korean

Portuguese

 

Spanish

 

To change the FortiManager language setting, go to System Settings > Admin > Admin Settings, in Administrative Settings > Language select the desired language on the drop-down menu. The default value is Auto Detect.

Russian, Hebrew, and Hungarian are not included in the default report languages. You can create your own language translation files for these languages and import the language translation files into FortiManager by using one of the following commands:

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <ftp> <server IP address> <user name> <password> <file name>

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <sftp <server IP address> <user name> <password> <file name>

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <scp> <server IP address> <user name> <password> <file name>

execute sql-report import-lang <language name> <tftp> <server IP address> <file name>

For more information about commands, see the FortiManager CLI Reference.