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FortiToken Cloud GUI

  • Both the global admin and sub-admin users can access the FortiToken Cloud portal, but sub-admin users will not be able to see any data until the global admin has delegated realms to them.
  • The global admin is the first account from your organization that has logged in to the FTC portal. The owner/user of the main FC account of your organization is your de facto FTC global admin.

The FTC GUI has the following main pages:

Menu

Description
Dashboard

Provides some key statistics about your account. The content of the page varies, depending on the type of license you are using. For more information, see Dashboard.

If you are using a credit-based license, you'll see:

  • Current Month Usage — The number of credits that has been used for the current month.

  • Current Balance The current credit balance (number of credits remaining).

  • FortiProducts — The number of Fortinet products as auth clients.

  • Web Apps — The number of Web apps as auth clients.

  • Users — The number of FTC end-users.

  • Realms — The number of realms.

  • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

If you are using a time-based license, you'll see:

  • FortiProducts — The number of FortiProducts as auth clients in your account.

  • Web Apps/Max Webb Apps —The current number of Web apps as auth clients in your account and the maximum number of Web apps that your license can support.

  • Users/Max Users — The current number of users in your account and the maximum number of users that your license can support.

  • Realms/Max Realms — The current number of realms in your account vs. the maximum number of realms that your license can support,

  • Remaining SMS — The number of SMS messages available for use.

  • Expiration Date — The date when your current license expires.

  • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

Administrators

(Accessible to the global admin only) enables the global admin to create sub-admin groups and assign realms to them. See Administrators.

Realms Shows realms assigned to a sub-admin and provides tools for adding and deleting realms, viewing realm permission, and viewing or changing realm settings. See Realms.
Users Shows information of all your FTC end-users. For more information, see Users.
Auth Clients
  • Shows information about all your authentication clients which include the following types:
  • Tokens

    Shows the tokens in two groups:

    • Mobile—Shows mobile tokens available in your realm or account, and provides tools for adding or deleting hard tokens. See Mobile Tokens.
    • Hardware—Shows hardware tokens available in your realm or account, and provides tools for adding or deleting hard tokens. See Hardware Tokens.
    Usage

    Shows usage data of your account. See Usage.

    Licenses

    Shows all the licenses in your account. See Licenses.

    Note: This menu is visible to users of time-based subscriptions only, and is not available to users of credit-based subscriptions.

    Settings
  • Opens the Settings menu which has the following options:
    • Global—Allows the global administrator to enable or disable some settings at the system level. See Share-quota Mode.
    • Realm—Enables both the global admin and sub-admins to view and manage the settings of the selected realm. See Settings.
    • Templates—Opens the Templates page where you can add or delete templates. See Templates.

    Adaptive Auth

    Opens the Adaptive Auth menu which has the following options:

    • Policy—Creates and manage adaptive auth policies.

    • Profile—Creates and manager adaptive auth profiles.

    See Adaptive authentication.

    Logs

    Shows the Logs menu which has the following options:

    See Logs.

    Help

    Opens the Help menu which has the following options:

     

     

    The bottom of the main menu shows the following information about the realm/account you are looking at:

    Users Shows the number of users in your realm or account. See the note for Account below.
    Auth Clients Shows the number of auth clients in your realm or account. See the note for Account below.
    Account

    Shows your account number and the name of your company.

    Note:

    • If you have more than one FTC account, you can click the down arrow to view all your accounts in the drop-down list. You can then select any of the other accounts to switch to it.
    • For a global admin, this part of the page shows the consolidated user and auth client counts of all the sub-admin accounts under administration; for a sub-admin, it shows the user and auth client counts of the delegated sub-admin account only.

    FortiToken Cloud GUI

    • Both the global admin and sub-admin users can access the FortiToken Cloud portal, but sub-admin users will not be able to see any data until the global admin has delegated realms to them.
    • The global admin is the first account from your organization that has logged in to the FTC portal. The owner/user of the main FC account of your organization is your de facto FTC global admin.

    The FTC GUI has the following main pages:

    Menu

    Description
    Dashboard

    Provides some key statistics about your account. The content of the page varies, depending on the type of license you are using. For more information, see Dashboard.

    If you are using a credit-based license, you'll see:

    • Current Month Usage — The number of credits that has been used for the current month.

    • Current Balance The current credit balance (number of credits remaining).

    • FortiProducts — The number of Fortinet products as auth clients.

    • Web Apps — The number of Web apps as auth clients.

    • Users — The number of FTC end-users.

    • Realms — The number of realms.

    • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

    If you are using a time-based license, you'll see:

    • FortiProducts — The number of FortiProducts as auth clients in your account.

    • Web Apps/Max Webb Apps —The current number of Web apps as auth clients in your account and the maximum number of Web apps that your license can support.

    • Users/Max Users — The current number of users in your account and the maximum number of users that your license can support.

    • Realms/Max Realms — The current number of realms in your account vs. the maximum number of realms that your license can support,

    • Remaining SMS — The number of SMS messages available for use.

    • Expiration Date — The date when your current license expires.

    • Last 10 authentication attempts in 30 days

    Administrators

    (Accessible to the global admin only) enables the global admin to create sub-admin groups and assign realms to them. See Administrators.

    Realms Shows realms assigned to a sub-admin and provides tools for adding and deleting realms, viewing realm permission, and viewing or changing realm settings. See Realms.
    Users Shows information of all your FTC end-users. For more information, see Users.
    Auth Clients
  • Shows information about all your authentication clients which include the following types:
  • Tokens

    Shows the tokens in two groups:

    • Mobile—Shows mobile tokens available in your realm or account, and provides tools for adding or deleting hard tokens. See Mobile Tokens.
    • Hardware—Shows hardware tokens available in your realm or account, and provides tools for adding or deleting hard tokens. See Hardware Tokens.
    Usage

    Shows usage data of your account. See Usage.

    Licenses

    Shows all the licenses in your account. See Licenses.

    Note: This menu is visible to users of time-based subscriptions only, and is not available to users of credit-based subscriptions.

    Settings
  • Opens the Settings menu which has the following options:
    • Global—Allows the global administrator to enable or disable some settings at the system level. See Share-quota Mode.
    • Realm—Enables both the global admin and sub-admins to view and manage the settings of the selected realm. See Settings.
    • Templates—Opens the Templates page where you can add or delete templates. See Templates.

    Adaptive Auth

    Opens the Adaptive Auth menu which has the following options:

    • Policy—Creates and manage adaptive auth policies.

    • Profile—Creates and manager adaptive auth profiles.

    See Adaptive authentication.

    Logs

    Shows the Logs menu which has the following options:

    See Logs.

    Help

    Opens the Help menu which has the following options:

     

     

    The bottom of the main menu shows the following information about the realm/account you are looking at:

    Users Shows the number of users in your realm or account. See the note for Account below.
    Auth Clients Shows the number of auth clients in your realm or account. See the note for Account below.
    Account

    Shows your account number and the name of your company.

    Note:

    • If you have more than one FTC account, you can click the down arrow to view all your accounts in the drop-down list. You can then select any of the other accounts to switch to it.
    • For a global admin, this part of the page shows the consolidated user and auth client counts of all the sub-admin accounts under administration; for a sub-admin, it shows the user and auth client counts of the delegated sub-admin account only.