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Features No Longer Supported

Case #

Description

 

Agent Server Communication: The InstallerEditor tool used to modify the server name in the Agent MSI files is no longer supported. It is recommended that you use DNS entries that can be used by the agent to look up the name of the FortiNAC server with which it should communicate. See Secure Agent Server Communications in the Help., Backup: Removed the ability to display or customize the list of files to be backed up on the Database Backup view.

 

Bandwidth Management Plugin: The Bandwidth Management Plugin designed to log bandwidth usage on a per host basis has been removed from FortiNAC. The Bandwidth In and Out fields have been removed from the Top Users feature on the Connections View because they relied on the Bandwidth Management Plugin.

 

Device Management: Device Management no longer supports Enterasys RBT wireless controllers.

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Device Management: Device Management no longer supports the HP WESM Chassis because this product is considered End of Life by HP.

 

Go Menu: The Go Menu has been replaced with a new menu bar structure across the top of the Admin UI. The option to enable this menu has been completely removed in Version 6.1.

 

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LDAP Directory: The field for "Distinguished Name (DN)" in the Group Attributes tab of the LDAP Settings will be removed in a future release. Support for treating users under an OU as a group will be removed in lieu of you creating directory groups.

 

LDAP Directory: Support for Kerberos has been removed from the LDAP Directory Configuration as of V7.0.

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Nessus Server: The ability to add a Nessus Server in Topology View has been removed. Nessus Servers are no longer being supported.

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Operating Systems: Clients with these Operating Systems are no longer supported: Windows 98

Windows Me

Mac OS X 10.1, 10.2, 10.3. Mac OS X 10.5 is not supported for use with Agent Version 2.2.6 and higher.

 

Packeteer/Packet Shaper/ Blue Coat: Support for integration with Packeteer Packet Shaper (now Blue Coat) has been removed.

 

Plugins: The Scanning Engines plugin will be removed in a future release.

 

 

Portal: Support for Portal v1 will be discontinued in the next major release (8.0). If you are still using portal v1 pages you should plan to transition to portal v2 before then.

 

Reports: The default set of Crystal Reports has been removed from FortiNAC's Admin UI in FortiNAC version 8.0. This includes the Compliance Reports for Agent Versions, Guest Registrations By Date and Sponsor, Historical Scans, Host Registrations, Network Device Count, Network Devices By Device Type, Ports By VLAN, Registration Failures, Scans by Operating System, Scans by Policy and Users by Role. The capability to connect to FortiNAC's database with SAP Crystal Reports in order to produce your own reports will still be supported.

 

Scan Scripts: The Security Plug-in designed to process user created scripts has been removed from the software.

 

Windows 7 Edition Checking: Fortinet will not be providing validation of additional O/S editions for Windows 7. The current list of options (Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, Enterprise N, Ultimate, Starter) will be all that are individually supported.

Features No Longer Supported

Case #

Description

 

Agent Server Communication: The InstallerEditor tool used to modify the server name in the Agent MSI files is no longer supported. It is recommended that you use DNS entries that can be used by the agent to look up the name of the FortiNAC server with which it should communicate. See Secure Agent Server Communications in the Help., Backup: Removed the ability to display or customize the list of files to be backed up on the Database Backup view.

 

Bandwidth Management Plugin: The Bandwidth Management Plugin designed to log bandwidth usage on a per host basis has been removed from FortiNAC. The Bandwidth In and Out fields have been removed from the Top Users feature on the Connections View because they relied on the Bandwidth Management Plugin.

 

Device Management: Device Management no longer supports Enterasys RBT wireless controllers.

31133

Device Management: Device Management no longer supports the HP WESM Chassis because this product is considered End of Life by HP.

 

Go Menu: The Go Menu has been replaced with a new menu bar structure across the top of the Admin UI. The option to enable this menu has been completely removed in Version 6.1.

 

40167

LDAP Directory: The field for "Distinguished Name (DN)" in the Group Attributes tab of the LDAP Settings will be removed in a future release. Support for treating users under an OU as a group will be removed in lieu of you creating directory groups.

 

LDAP Directory: Support for Kerberos has been removed from the LDAP Directory Configuration as of V7.0.

29866

Nessus Server: The ability to add a Nessus Server in Topology View has been removed. Nessus Servers are no longer being supported.

00028024

00029418

Operating Systems: Clients with these Operating Systems are no longer supported: Windows 98

Windows Me

Mac OS X 10.1, 10.2, 10.3. Mac OS X 10.5 is not supported for use with Agent Version 2.2.6 and higher.

 

Packeteer/Packet Shaper/ Blue Coat: Support for integration with Packeteer Packet Shaper (now Blue Coat) has been removed.

 

Plugins: The Scanning Engines plugin will be removed in a future release.

 

 

Portal: Support for Portal v1 will be discontinued in the next major release (8.0). If you are still using portal v1 pages you should plan to transition to portal v2 before then.

 

Reports: The default set of Crystal Reports has been removed from FortiNAC's Admin UI in FortiNAC version 8.0. This includes the Compliance Reports for Agent Versions, Guest Registrations By Date and Sponsor, Historical Scans, Host Registrations, Network Device Count, Network Devices By Device Type, Ports By VLAN, Registration Failures, Scans by Operating System, Scans by Policy and Users by Role. The capability to connect to FortiNAC's database with SAP Crystal Reports in order to produce your own reports will still be supported.

 

Scan Scripts: The Security Plug-in designed to process user created scripts has been removed from the software.

 

Windows 7 Edition Checking: Fortinet will not be providing validation of additional O/S editions for Windows 7. The current list of options (Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, Enterprise N, Ultimate, Starter) will be all that are individually supported.