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Import from a previous version

If you have a .csv file created for or exported from version 4.1.1 or higher, you can import that data into the current version of FortiNAC. You must modify the .csv file so that it conforms to the new import format.

The first row in the .csv file must be a header row and must contain a comma separated list of the database field names that are included in the import file. The order of the fields does not matter, but the order in the header row must match the order of the data contained in the file.

For the names and definitions of the fields that should be used in the header row see Fields.

Once your .csv file is formatted correctly, see Import from a .csv file for import instructions.

Import from a previous version

If you have a .csv file created for or exported from version 4.1.1 or higher, you can import that data into the current version of FortiNAC. You must modify the .csv file so that it conforms to the new import format.

The first row in the .csv file must be a header row and must contain a comma separated list of the database field names that are included in the import file. The order of the fields does not matter, but the order in the header row must match the order of the data contained in the file.

For the names and definitions of the fields that should be used in the header row see Fields.

Once your .csv file is formatted correctly, see Import from a .csv file for import instructions.