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What's new in FortiNAC 9.2.0

The following list contains new and expanded features added in FortiNAC 9.2.0.

New Features

  • Enhanced Appliance Installation: Login to the Administration UI in order to apply license key, configure appliance network settings and the FortiNAC Service Interface (eth1). There is no longer a separate UI.

  • Ability to add Custom Endpoint Fingerprints using the REST API.

  • New Endpoint Fingerprints view (Replaces Device Identity view) and Tasks view.

  • Local RADIUS Server Enhancements

    • Updated views including configuration subsections
    • Multiple virtual Local RADIUS Servers
    • Multiple Winbind instances
    • Improved debugging tools
    • Improved visibility of services and configuration
    • Added support for EAP-FAST in FreeRADIUS to the extent possible:

      Configurable EAP-FAST controls:

      • PAC Opaque Key
      • Allow Anonymous In-Band PAC Provisioning
      • Allow Authenticated In-Band PAC Provisioning
  • Dashboard Rework

    • Multiplicity - Multiple Dashboards may now be created and the name may be freely modified. Dashboards may have multiple instances of each Widget.

    • Layout and Sizing - Widgets (formerly known as panels) are rendered in a row with a number of columns available based on the screen size. The row wraps automatically, filling from the left. All Widgets have a fixed height, but user adjustable width set to the number of columns they should span.

    • New Tiles for Pending Tasks and Endpoint Fingerprints.

  • Persistent Agent Enhancements (Agent 5.3)

    • Agent included in FortiNAC 9.2
    • Agent fingerprints are now visible in the Endpoint fingerprints view
    • See 5.3 Agent Release notes for details and other enhancements
  • SSO Enhancements

    • User definable network address objects and address groups for SSO messaging.
    • Support for managing hosts with PA installed but not seen as connected by FortiNAC by a managed device.

    • Support for new dynamic firewall address API that will replace the FSSO protocol in FGTs running FOS 7.0.2

  • Netflow protocol support added for Device Profiling. For more information, see Netflow Support.

What's new in FortiNAC 9.2.0

The following list contains new and expanded features added in FortiNAC 9.2.0.

New Features

  • Enhanced Appliance Installation: Login to the Administration UI in order to apply license key, configure appliance network settings and the FortiNAC Service Interface (eth1). There is no longer a separate UI.

  • Ability to add Custom Endpoint Fingerprints using the REST API.

  • New Endpoint Fingerprints view (Replaces Device Identity view) and Tasks view.

  • Local RADIUS Server Enhancements

    • Updated views including configuration subsections
    • Multiple virtual Local RADIUS Servers
    • Multiple Winbind instances
    • Improved debugging tools
    • Improved visibility of services and configuration
    • Added support for EAP-FAST in FreeRADIUS to the extent possible:

      Configurable EAP-FAST controls:

      • PAC Opaque Key
      • Allow Anonymous In-Band PAC Provisioning
      • Allow Authenticated In-Band PAC Provisioning
  • Dashboard Rework

    • Multiplicity - Multiple Dashboards may now be created and the name may be freely modified. Dashboards may have multiple instances of each Widget.

    • Layout and Sizing - Widgets (formerly known as panels) are rendered in a row with a number of columns available based on the screen size. The row wraps automatically, filling from the left. All Widgets have a fixed height, but user adjustable width set to the number of columns they should span.

    • New Tiles for Pending Tasks and Endpoint Fingerprints.

  • Persistent Agent Enhancements (Agent 5.3)

    • Agent included in FortiNAC 9.2
    • Agent fingerprints are now visible in the Endpoint fingerprints view
    • See 5.3 Agent Release notes for details and other enhancements
  • SSO Enhancements

    • User definable network address objects and address groups for SSO messaging.
    • Support for managing hosts with PA installed but not seen as connected by FortiNAC by a managed device.

    • Support for new dynamic firewall address API that will replace the FSSO protocol in FGTs running FOS 7.0.2

  • Netflow protocol support added for Device Profiling. For more information, see Netflow Support.