Version:


Table of Contents

Admin Guide

Download PDF
Copy Link

Release history

This section highlights the major feature changes or updates in each of the releases of FortiToken Cloud since its GA release. For a complete list of product features, see Main features.

22.2.d

Release date: June 30, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.d is a patch release; it also offers the following new feature:

  • Account Disable/Delete Notification

22.2.c

Release date: June 1, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

22.2.b

Release date: May 9, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.b is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

22.2.a

Release date: May 4, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.a offers the following new features and enhancements:

  • Location Filter by country/region on Adaptive Auth page

  • Auth client hyperlink on Users page

  • FTM migration email notification enhancement

  • Email notification to notify customers of the upcoming closure or removal of their accounts

  • FortiTrust License support

  • SMS License support

  • User post/put API enhancement

  • FortiAuthenticator SMS notification API

  • SMS logs for time-based accounts on Logs page

  • SMS usage from count to credit for time-based accounts

21.4.d

Release date: January 18, 2022

  • FTM token migration from FGT to FTC

21.4.a

Release date: October 11, 2021

FortiToken Cloud 21.4.a is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.3.d

FortiToken Cloud 21.3.d is a patch release, with the following new feature:

  • Enhancement to the Validate Device Ownership page

21.3.c

  • Adaptive authentication

  • Validation of device ownership

  • Username case and accent sensitivity (enable/disable)

21.3.b

FortiToken Cloud 21.3.b is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.3.a

FortiToken Cloud 21.3.a is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.2.d

  • Time-based license model—FortiToken Cloud (FTC) now features a new annual subscription model with license options for customers to choose from based on the number of FTC end-users on their account per year. The new license model allows for SMS messages in the amount of 100 multiplied by the total number of users your license can support for the year. (Applicable to the new time-based annual subscription only.)
  • Realm-based user quota—The administrator of a customer with time-based license now can allocate user quota to each realm to effectively manage their assets and end-users. (Applicable to the new time-based annual subscription only.)
  • Export of logs in .CSV—You can now export FTC authentication and management logs in .CSV format for record keeping and sharing.

21.2.c

FortiToken Cloud 21.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.2.a

FortiToken Cloud 21.2.a offers the following new features and enhancements:

  • New API to query credit balance with single request.
  • Upgrade to FortiGuard access and authentication method.
  • Read and write access to all settings, regardless of realm 2FA method.
  • Custom OTP and token activation/transfer notification templates.
  • FortiCloud IAM support (including new APIs).
  • Dashboard Notification when free-trial credits are used.
  • New logo for FC premium customers.
  • Miscellaneous GUI updates.

21.1.a

FortiToken Cloud 21.1.a is a patch release, with the following enhancements:

  • The word "point(s)" has been replaced with "credit(s)" in FortiToken Cloud and its documentation.
  • The Dashboard has been updated with the following changes:

    • The "Realms/Max Realms" meter has been relocated to the same row as the "Users/Max Users"and "Clients/Max Clients" meters.
    • The "Clients/Max Clients" meter has been renamed to "Auth Clients/Max Auth Clients"

20.4.d

FortiToken Cloud 20.4.d is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

20.4.c

  • Commercial API—Enables admin users to add web applications as FTC auth clients and serve their end-users.
  • API for generic auth clients—The Auth Clients page now shows auth client type, auth client name, user count, and realm name.
  • Revamped GUI—The Auth Clients page now has three sub-pages, with the FortiProducts sub-page showing auth client alias, auth client type, auth client name, user count, and realm name.
  • FortiToken Cloud RESTful API Specifications—The document, available in the Docs Library, provides detailed information of the APIs and instructions on how to use them.

20.4.a

FortiToken Cloud 20.4.a is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

20.3.e

FortiToken Cloud 20.3.e is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

20.3.d

  • Token management made easy—This release has added the Auth Devices menu to the main menu. It has two sub-menus: Mobile Devices and Hard Tokens. It consolidates soft tokens and hard tokens in one place, enabling the user to view and manage mobile devices and hard tokens more efficiently.
  • HA cluster management—A Devices menu has been added to the main menu. Not only can you view standalone devices and clusters of auth clients on the same page, but add devices to or remove them from a cluster as well.
  • User Alias—The Settings>Realms page now has an "Auto-alias by Email" option. When it is enabled, all usernames with the same email address and are in the same realm are automatically set as aliases under the same username (on the Users page). In this way, FTC only needs to assign one token to the same user. When "Auto-alias by Email" is enabled in a realm, you can use the Users page to manually create aliases, modify, merge, or delete aliases.
  • Auto-create Auth Client—The Settings>Global page now has added an "Auto-create Auth Client" option, which enables the global admin user to enable or disable (default) the auto-creation of auth clients. It applies to FortiGate VDOMs only, and offers global admin users an option to control over the auto-create-auth-client function for FortiGate VDOMs to prevent unintended auth clients from consuming credits.
  • Administrators page enhancements—The Administrators page has gone through some enhancements. You are now able to select multiple realms to add to an admin group, and to view all accounts associated with a customer ID by clicking the Member Count in the Administrators page.
  • Export to CSV—The Usage page now has an option to enable you to export usage data in .csv file format.
  • Contact Support—The main menu now has an "Contact Support" menu, which enables you to contact Fortinet support team by email directly from the FTC portal.

20.2.c

FortiToken Cloud 20.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

20.1.b

  • Differentiation of user data for local and remote auth client users.
  • Support for FTM Windows provisioning and activation.

20.1.a

  • Hard Tokens—FTC now supports FortiToken (FTK) which is a hardware token. See Hardware Tokens.
  • Global administrator and sub-admins—FTC now enables the global administrator to create sub-admins and allocate resources to them. See Administrators.
  • Multi-realm support—FTC now allows the global admin to create realms. See Realms.
  • More MFA methods—This release adds support for e-mail, SMS, and FTK (FortiToken, which is a hardware token) as options for MFA. See Settings.

4.4.c

FortiToken Cloud 4.4.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

4.4.b

  • FortiAuthenticator as authentication client—FortiToken Cloud now supports FortiAuthenticator as an authentication client, in addition to FortiGate.
  • FortiToken Cloud enabled on FortiGate—FortiToken Cloud now is enabled on FortiGate by default.

4.3.a

  • Custom logo—Enables admin users to upload custom logo images to replace the default Fortinet logo at the bottom of the FTM app screen on end-users' devices. See Settings for more information.
  • FTM token activation/transfer notification by SMS—Enables admin users to let end-users receive FTM token activation or transfer notifications by SMS. See Settings for more information.
  • Access to all accounts by admin users—FTC admin users are able to access all FTC accounts belonging to their own organization. They can choose which of their accounts to open upon login, and switch to any of their other accounts during a session.

4.2.d

FortiToken Cloud 4.2.d is a patch release in support of FortiCloud upgrade, along with some bug fixes; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

4.2.c

FortiToken Cloud 4.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

4.2.b

FortiToken Cloud 4.2.b is the FortiToken Cloud GA release, which offers many of the major features of the product. For more information, see Main features.

Release history

This section highlights the major feature changes or updates in each of the releases of FortiToken Cloud since its GA release. For a complete list of product features, see Main features.

22.2.d

Release date: June 30, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.d is a patch release; it also offers the following new feature:

  • Account Disable/Delete Notification

22.2.c

Release date: June 1, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

22.2.b

Release date: May 9, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.b is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

22.2.a

Release date: May 4, 2022

FortiToken Cloud 22.2.a offers the following new features and enhancements:

  • Location Filter by country/region on Adaptive Auth page

  • Auth client hyperlink on Users page

  • FTM migration email notification enhancement

  • Email notification to notify customers of the upcoming closure or removal of their accounts

  • FortiTrust License support

  • SMS License support

  • User post/put API enhancement

  • FortiAuthenticator SMS notification API

  • SMS logs for time-based accounts on Logs page

  • SMS usage from count to credit for time-based accounts

21.4.d

Release date: January 18, 2022

  • FTM token migration from FGT to FTC

21.4.a

Release date: October 11, 2021

FortiToken Cloud 21.4.a is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.3.d

FortiToken Cloud 21.3.d is a patch release, with the following new feature:

  • Enhancement to the Validate Device Ownership page

21.3.c

  • Adaptive authentication

  • Validation of device ownership

  • Username case and accent sensitivity (enable/disable)

21.3.b

FortiToken Cloud 21.3.b is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.3.a

FortiToken Cloud 21.3.a is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.2.d

  • Time-based license model—FortiToken Cloud (FTC) now features a new annual subscription model with license options for customers to choose from based on the number of FTC end-users on their account per year. The new license model allows for SMS messages in the amount of 100 multiplied by the total number of users your license can support for the year. (Applicable to the new time-based annual subscription only.)
  • Realm-based user quota—The administrator of a customer with time-based license now can allocate user quota to each realm to effectively manage their assets and end-users. (Applicable to the new time-based annual subscription only.)
  • Export of logs in .CSV—You can now export FTC authentication and management logs in .CSV format for record keeping and sharing.

21.2.c

FortiToken Cloud 21.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

21.2.a

FortiToken Cloud 21.2.a offers the following new features and enhancements:

  • New API to query credit balance with single request.
  • Upgrade to FortiGuard access and authentication method.
  • Read and write access to all settings, regardless of realm 2FA method.
  • Custom OTP and token activation/transfer notification templates.
  • FortiCloud IAM support (including new APIs).
  • Dashboard Notification when free-trial credits are used.
  • New logo for FC premium customers.
  • Miscellaneous GUI updates.

21.1.a

FortiToken Cloud 21.1.a is a patch release, with the following enhancements:

  • The word "point(s)" has been replaced with "credit(s)" in FortiToken Cloud and its documentation.
  • The Dashboard has been updated with the following changes:

    • The "Realms/Max Realms" meter has been relocated to the same row as the "Users/Max Users"and "Clients/Max Clients" meters.
    • The "Clients/Max Clients" meter has been renamed to "Auth Clients/Max Auth Clients"

20.4.d

FortiToken Cloud 20.4.d is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

20.4.c

  • Commercial API—Enables admin users to add web applications as FTC auth clients and serve their end-users.
  • API for generic auth clients—The Auth Clients page now shows auth client type, auth client name, user count, and realm name.
  • Revamped GUI—The Auth Clients page now has three sub-pages, with the FortiProducts sub-page showing auth client alias, auth client type, auth client name, user count, and realm name.
  • FortiToken Cloud RESTful API Specifications—The document, available in the Docs Library, provides detailed information of the APIs and instructions on how to use them.

20.4.a

FortiToken Cloud 20.4.a is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

20.3.e

FortiToken Cloud 20.3.e is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement has been implemented in this release.

20.3.d

  • Token management made easy—This release has added the Auth Devices menu to the main menu. It has two sub-menus: Mobile Devices and Hard Tokens. It consolidates soft tokens and hard tokens in one place, enabling the user to view and manage mobile devices and hard tokens more efficiently.
  • HA cluster management—A Devices menu has been added to the main menu. Not only can you view standalone devices and clusters of auth clients on the same page, but add devices to or remove them from a cluster as well.
  • User Alias—The Settings>Realms page now has an "Auto-alias by Email" option. When it is enabled, all usernames with the same email address and are in the same realm are automatically set as aliases under the same username (on the Users page). In this way, FTC only needs to assign one token to the same user. When "Auto-alias by Email" is enabled in a realm, you can use the Users page to manually create aliases, modify, merge, or delete aliases.
  • Auto-create Auth Client—The Settings>Global page now has added an "Auto-create Auth Client" option, which enables the global admin user to enable or disable (default) the auto-creation of auth clients. It applies to FortiGate VDOMs only, and offers global admin users an option to control over the auto-create-auth-client function for FortiGate VDOMs to prevent unintended auth clients from consuming credits.
  • Administrators page enhancements—The Administrators page has gone through some enhancements. You are now able to select multiple realms to add to an admin group, and to view all accounts associated with a customer ID by clicking the Member Count in the Administrators page.
  • Export to CSV—The Usage page now has an option to enable you to export usage data in .csv file format.
  • Contact Support—The main menu now has an "Contact Support" menu, which enables you to contact Fortinet support team by email directly from the FTC portal.

20.2.c

FortiToken Cloud 20.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

20.1.b

  • Differentiation of user data for local and remote auth client users.
  • Support for FTM Windows provisioning and activation.

20.1.a

  • Hard Tokens—FTC now supports FortiToken (FTK) which is a hardware token. See Hardware Tokens.
  • Global administrator and sub-admins—FTC now enables the global administrator to create sub-admins and allocate resources to them. See Administrators.
  • Multi-realm support—FTC now allows the global admin to create realms. See Realms.
  • More MFA methods—This release adds support for e-mail, SMS, and FTK (FortiToken, which is a hardware token) as options for MFA. See Settings.

4.4.c

FortiToken Cloud 4.4.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

4.4.b

  • FortiAuthenticator as authentication client—FortiToken Cloud now supports FortiAuthenticator as an authentication client, in addition to FortiGate.
  • FortiToken Cloud enabled on FortiGate—FortiToken Cloud now is enabled on FortiGate by default.

4.3.a

  • Custom logo—Enables admin users to upload custom logo images to replace the default Fortinet logo at the bottom of the FTM app screen on end-users' devices. See Settings for more information.
  • FTM token activation/transfer notification by SMS—Enables admin users to let end-users receive FTM token activation or transfer notifications by SMS. See Settings for more information.
  • Access to all accounts by admin users—FTC admin users are able to access all FTC accounts belonging to their own organization. They can choose which of their accounts to open upon login, and switch to any of their other accounts during a session.

4.2.d

FortiToken Cloud 4.2.d is a patch release in support of FortiCloud upgrade, along with some bug fixes; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

4.2.c

FortiToken Cloud 4.2.c is a patch release only; no new feature or enhancement is implemented in this release.

4.2.b

FortiToken Cloud 4.2.b is the FortiToken Cloud GA release, which offers many of the major features of the product. For more information, see Main features.