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Host inventory portal

Common

Setting

Definition

Nameless Host Label Text label for any hosts that do not have a name.
Text Content Text providing instructions and information about how to use the Host Inventory.
Status Section Title Text label for the status messages for each host.
Adapters Section Title Text label for the adapters for each host.
Show Operating System When enabled, the operating system field is displayed for each host.
Show Notes When selected, the notes field is displayed for each host in the host list.
Controls

Setting

Definition

Log Out Text The text displayed on the log out button.
Log out URL

The URL for the landing page where the user will be redirected when the user logs out or when the session times out.

Register This Host The text of the banner where the user my register their current host.
Show Registration Counts When enabled, the user can view the current vs. maximum number of registrations available.
Host Count Text The text displayed after the ratio of hosts and maximum number of registrations that are allowed.
Register Enabled

When enabled, the user can register new hosts from the host inventory.

Note

In an NCM environment, to add new hosts to a user's Host Inventory the user must access the Host Inventory portal from the FortiNAC Server containing a rogue record for the host being added. Once the host is added, the NCM will enable access for the new registered host on any FortiNAC Server.

Remote Host Role

The role to apply to guest who register third party hosts through the portal. It does not apply when the host being registered is currently using the portal.

Require Valid Vendor OUI

When enabled, the vender OUI of the MAC address is checked against the known OUIs.

Register Host Text

The text displayed on the register button.

Register Dialog Title

The text displayed as the title of the register dialog.

Physical Address Label

The label text displayed for the physical address.

Physical Address Example

The example value displayed for the physical address.

IP address Label

The label text displayed for the IP address.

IP address Example

Example value displayed for the IP address.

Delete Enabled

When enabled, users can delete their host from the FortiNAC.

Note

Deleting a host locally cannot be done in an NCM enviroment.

Delete Text

The text displayed on the Delete button.

Delete Confirmation

The message that is displayed to confirm if the host should be deleted.

Status messages

Setting

Definition

Disconnected Status message displayed when the host is disconnected and has no other status messages.
Connected Status message displayed when the host is successfully connected.
Disabled Status message displayed when the host has been disabled.
Marked as Security Risk Status message displayed when the host is marked as a security risk.
Passed the Security Scan Status message displayed when the host has passed the security scan.

Invalid MAC Address

Status message displayed when the host has an invalid MAC address.

User is Logged On

Status message displayed when a user is logged onto the host.

Directory Authenication Disabled

Status message displayed when the directory authentication is disabled.

Not Authenticated

Status message displayed when the host is not authenticated.

Has a Static IP address

Status message displayed when the host has a static IP address.

Has Persistent Agent

Status message displayed when the host has the Persistent Agent.

Connected Through VPN

Status message displayed when the host connected through VPN.

Connected Through Dialup

Status message displayed when the host connected through dial up.

Will Be Scanned On Connect

Status message displayed when the host will be scanned on connect.

Is Being Scanned

Status message displayed when the host is being scanned.

Persistent Agent Connected

Status message displayed when the host has the Persistent Agent and the agent is actively communicating.

Host inventory portal

Common

Setting

Definition

Nameless Host Label Text label for any hosts that do not have a name.
Text Content Text providing instructions and information about how to use the Host Inventory.
Status Section Title Text label for the status messages for each host.
Adapters Section Title Text label for the adapters for each host.
Show Operating System When enabled, the operating system field is displayed for each host.
Show Notes When selected, the notes field is displayed for each host in the host list.
Controls

Setting

Definition

Log Out Text The text displayed on the log out button.
Log out URL

The URL for the landing page where the user will be redirected when the user logs out or when the session times out.

Register This Host The text of the banner where the user my register their current host.
Show Registration Counts When enabled, the user can view the current vs. maximum number of registrations available.
Host Count Text The text displayed after the ratio of hosts and maximum number of registrations that are allowed.
Register Enabled

When enabled, the user can register new hosts from the host inventory.

Note

In an NCM environment, to add new hosts to a user's Host Inventory the user must access the Host Inventory portal from the FortiNAC Server containing a rogue record for the host being added. Once the host is added, the NCM will enable access for the new registered host on any FortiNAC Server.

Remote Host Role

The role to apply to guest who register third party hosts through the portal. It does not apply when the host being registered is currently using the portal.

Require Valid Vendor OUI

When enabled, the vender OUI of the MAC address is checked against the known OUIs.

Register Host Text

The text displayed on the register button.

Register Dialog Title

The text displayed as the title of the register dialog.

Physical Address Label

The label text displayed for the physical address.

Physical Address Example

The example value displayed for the physical address.

IP address Label

The label text displayed for the IP address.

IP address Example

Example value displayed for the IP address.

Delete Enabled

When enabled, users can delete their host from the FortiNAC.

Note

Deleting a host locally cannot be done in an NCM enviroment.

Delete Text

The text displayed on the Delete button.

Delete Confirmation

The message that is displayed to confirm if the host should be deleted.

Status messages

Setting

Definition

Disconnected Status message displayed when the host is disconnected and has no other status messages.
Connected Status message displayed when the host is successfully connected.
Disabled Status message displayed when the host has been disabled.
Marked as Security Risk Status message displayed when the host is marked as a security risk.
Passed the Security Scan Status message displayed when the host has passed the security scan.

Invalid MAC Address

Status message displayed when the host has an invalid MAC address.

User is Logged On

Status message displayed when a user is logged onto the host.

Directory Authenication Disabled

Status message displayed when the directory authentication is disabled.

Not Authenticated

Status message displayed when the host is not authenticated.

Has a Static IP address

Status message displayed when the host has a static IP address.

Has Persistent Agent

Status message displayed when the host has the Persistent Agent.

Connected Through VPN

Status message displayed when the host connected through VPN.

Connected Through Dialup

Status message displayed when the host connected through dial up.

Will Be Scanned On Connect

Status message displayed when the host will be scanned on connect.

Is Being Scanned

Status message displayed when the host is being scanned.

Persistent Agent Connected

Status message displayed when the host has the Persistent Agent and the agent is actively communicating.