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Administration Guide

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Login procedure

The FortiNAC user interface is browser based. When you log in as an Administrator, you may create other Administrators and Administrative Users with an Admin Profile.

Note

There are no spaces in the entry. <Host Name> is the name of the FortiNACappliance. You may substitute the IP address for the <Host Name> if you wish.

  1. Enter one of the following URLs in the Address field of the browser window:

    https://<Host Name>:8443/

    or

    http://<Host Name>:8080/

  2. Log in as an Administrator user. Enter the User Name and Password.
  3. The End User License Agreement appears the first time any Administrative or Administrator user logs in. Click to Accept the terms. Clicking Disagree returns you to the Login dialog.
  4. Add Administrator and Administrative accounts as needed. See Add an admin user for instructions.
  5. The FortiNAC user interface displays. The interface provides the appropriate privileges for whoever logs in. See Admin profiles and permissions for more information on Admin User permissions.

 

Login procedure

The FortiNAC user interface is browser based. When you log in as an Administrator, you may create other Administrators and Administrative Users with an Admin Profile.

Note

There are no spaces in the entry. <Host Name> is the name of the FortiNACappliance. You may substitute the IP address for the <Host Name> if you wish.

  1. Enter one of the following URLs in the Address field of the browser window:

    https://<Host Name>:8443/

    or

    http://<Host Name>:8080/

  2. Log in as an Administrator user. Enter the User Name and Password.
  3. The End User License Agreement appears the first time any Administrative or Administrator user logs in. Click to Accept the terms. Clicking Disagree returns you to the Login dialog.
  4. Add Administrator and Administrative accounts as needed. See Add an admin user for instructions.
  5. The FortiNAC user interface displays. The interface provides the appropriate privileges for whoever logs in. See Admin profiles and permissions for more information on Admin User permissions.