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Enabling Universal Connector MEA in Policy & Objects

In the Policy & Objects module, you must enable Universal Connector MEA to initiate communication between FortiManager and Universal Connector MEA, and to automatically import labels from Universal Connector MEA.

To enable Universal Connector MEA and import labels:
  1. Go to Policy & Objects > Object Configurations > Fabric Connectors > Endpoint/Identity.
  2. In the toolbar, click Create New > Universal Connector. The Create New Universal Connector pane is displayed.
  3. Toggle Status to ON, and click Apply and Refresh.

    The Import Endpoint/Identity Connector User Groups dialog box is displayed.

    Labels are automatically imported from Universal Connector MEA.

  4. Click Close to close the Import Endpoint/Identity Connector User Groups dialog box.

    The imported labels and addresses are displayed.

  5. Click OK.
  6. Select imported labels in policies and objects. See Selecting labels in policies and objects.

Enabling Universal Connector MEA in Policy & Objects

In the Policy & Objects module, you must enable Universal Connector MEA to initiate communication between FortiManager and Universal Connector MEA, and to automatically import labels from Universal Connector MEA.

To enable Universal Connector MEA and import labels:
  1. Go to Policy & Objects > Object Configurations > Fabric Connectors > Endpoint/Identity.
  2. In the toolbar, click Create New > Universal Connector. The Create New Universal Connector pane is displayed.
  3. Toggle Status to ON, and click Apply and Refresh.

    The Import Endpoint/Identity Connector User Groups dialog box is displayed.

    Labels are automatically imported from Universal Connector MEA.

  4. Click Close to close the Import Endpoint/Identity Connector User Groups dialog box.

    The imported labels and addresses are displayed.

  5. Click OK.
  6. Select imported labels in policies and objects. See Selecting labels in policies and objects.