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Deactivating a FortiToken

You can deactivate a FortiToken by removing the token from the user to which it is assigned.

On the FortiGate

  1. Go to User & Device > User Definition, and edit the user for which you want to deactivate the token.
  2. Deselect Enable Two-factor Authentication, and select OK.
    The token will be removed from the user's Two-factor authentication column. The user will also be removed from the token's User column, under User & Device > FortiTokens.

On the FortiAuthenticator

  1. Go to Authentication > User Management > Local Users, and edit the user for which you want to deactivate the token.
  2. Deselect Token-based authentication, and select OK.
    The token will be removed from the user's Token column. The user will also be removed from the token's User column, under Authentication > User Management > FortiTokens.

Deactivating a FortiToken

You can deactivate a FortiToken by removing the token from the user to which it is assigned.

On the FortiGate

  1. Go to User & Device > User Definition, and edit the user for which you want to deactivate the token.
  2. Deselect Enable Two-factor Authentication, and select OK.
    The token will be removed from the user's Two-factor authentication column. The user will also be removed from the token's User column, under User & Device > FortiTokens.

On the FortiAuthenticator

  1. Go to Authentication > User Management > Local Users, and edit the user for which you want to deactivate the token.
  2. Deselect Token-based authentication, and select OK.
    The token will be removed from the user's Token column. The user will also be removed from the token's User column, under Authentication > User Management > FortiTokens.