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New management extension - FortiAuthenticator added to FortiManager 6.4.3

The FortiAuthenticator management extension application has been added to FortiManager.

To use the FortiAuthenticator management extension application:
  1. By default, the FortiAuthenticator management extension is disabled. You can enable it through the CLI or by clicking on the grayed-out FortiAuthenticator tile in Management Extensions when the Management Extensions tile is already enabled.

  2. Once enabled, go to Management Extensions > FortiAuthenticator to view the FortiAuthenticator management extensions GUI.

    The FortiAuthenticator management extension includes the same capabilities as the standalone FortiAuthenticator product. See the FortiAuthenticator MEA Release Notes for exceptions.
    You can use the FortiAuthenticator management extension to configure authentication requirements. For example, create local or remote users, create LDAP and RADIUS servers, and configure SAML authentication.

To enable the FortiAuthenticator management extension through the CLI:
  1. In the FortiManager CLI, enter the following commands.

    config system docker

    set status enable

    set fortiauthenticator enable

    end

New management extension - FortiAuthenticator added to FortiManager 6.4.3

The FortiAuthenticator management extension application has been added to FortiManager.

To use the FortiAuthenticator management extension application:
  1. By default, the FortiAuthenticator management extension is disabled. You can enable it through the CLI or by clicking on the grayed-out FortiAuthenticator tile in Management Extensions when the Management Extensions tile is already enabled.

  2. Once enabled, go to Management Extensions > FortiAuthenticator to view the FortiAuthenticator management extensions GUI.

    The FortiAuthenticator management extension includes the same capabilities as the standalone FortiAuthenticator product. See the FortiAuthenticator MEA Release Notes for exceptions.
    You can use the FortiAuthenticator management extension to configure authentication requirements. For example, create local or remote users, create LDAP and RADIUS servers, and configure SAML authentication.

To enable the FortiAuthenticator management extension through the CLI:
  1. In the FortiManager CLI, enter the following commands.

    config system docker

    set status enable

    set fortiauthenticator enable

    end