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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Creating JSON API connectors

You can configure a JSON API connector to allow FortiManager to add users, get users and FSSO groups, and delete data.

To create a JSON API connector:
  1. Go to Fabric View and click Create New > JSON API connector.
    You can also configure this connector at Policy & Objects > Object Configurations > Fabric Connectors > Endpoint/Identity.
    Enter the following information:
    NameEnter a name for the JSON API connector.
    StatusToggle the slider on or off to enable or disable the connector.
    TagsEnter tags for the JSON API connector. You can add additional tags by clicking the plus icon beneath the text field.
  2. Click OK to save the connector.
  3. The tags that you created in the connector can now be used in a policy as the FSSO group (adgrp).

    Once the policy with the FSSO group(s) are installed on a FortiGate, you can use the JSON API to operate the connector to add users, get FSSO groups, get users, or delete users.

Creating JSON API connectors

You can configure a JSON API connector to allow FortiManager to add users, get users and FSSO groups, and delete data.

To create a JSON API connector:
  1. Go to Fabric View and click Create New > JSON API connector.
    You can also configure this connector at Policy & Objects > Object Configurations > Fabric Connectors > Endpoint/Identity.
    Enter the following information:
    NameEnter a name for the JSON API connector.
    StatusToggle the slider on or off to enable or disable the connector.
    TagsEnter tags for the JSON API connector. You can add additional tags by clicking the plus icon beneath the text field.
  2. Click OK to save the connector.
  3. The tags that you created in the connector can now be used in a policy as the FSSO group (adgrp).

    Once the policy with the FSSO group(s) are installed on a FortiGate, you can use the JSON API to operate the connector to add users, get FSSO groups, get users, or delete users.