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Power management

The system can be rebooted or powered down through the FortiNAC interface, by any user whose administrator profile allows access to the Settings view. In a high availability environment or in the case where there is a FortiNAC Control Server/Application Server pair, servers must be rebooted or powered off individually.

Note

In a HA environment, reboot or power off the secondary servers first.

Events associated with Power Management are as follows:

  • System Power Off: Indicates that the server has been powered down and provides the user name of the user who initiated the action.
  • System Reboot: Indicates that the system was rebooted and provides the user name of the user who initiated the action.


Reboot the server

  1. Click System > Settings.
  2. Expand the System Management folder.
  3. Select Power Management from the tree.
  4. Select a server from the list.
  5. Click Reboot . This process may take 2-3 minutes.

Power off the server

  1. Click System > Settings.
  2. Expand the System Management folder.
  3. Select Power Management from the tree.
  4. Select a server from the list.
  5. Click Power Off. This process may take 30 seconds.

Power management

The system can be rebooted or powered down through the FortiNAC interface, by any user whose administrator profile allows access to the Settings view. In a high availability environment or in the case where there is a FortiNAC Control Server/Application Server pair, servers must be rebooted or powered off individually.

Note

In a HA environment, reboot or power off the secondary servers first.

Events associated with Power Management are as follows:

  • System Power Off: Indicates that the server has been powered down and provides the user name of the user who initiated the action.
  • System Reboot: Indicates that the system was rebooted and provides the user name of the user who initiated the action.


Reboot the server

  1. Click System > Settings.
  2. Expand the System Management folder.
  3. Select Power Management from the tree.
  4. Select a server from the list.
  5. Click Reboot . This process may take 2-3 minutes.

Power off the server

  1. Click System > Settings.
  2. Expand the System Management folder.
  3. Select Power Management from the tree.
  4. Select a server from the list.
  5. Click Power Off. This process may take 30 seconds.