||Enter a description for the device optionally (for example, a description of its physical location).
||Select a group for the device from the drop-down list.
||Enter the IP address that FortiWeb Manager can use to communicate with the device.
||Enter the administrator user name of the device.
||Enter the administrator user password.
||This field is automatically filled when a device is added. The default value is the URL that you access FortiWeb Manager, for example, https://10.200.111.100. Usually, this value does not need to be changed, while if you change the IP address, replace IP address with the
domain name or use NAT, you need to amend this value manually. Otherwise, you can not log into FortiWeb Manager automatically. Also, if you change the HTTPS port from System
Settings > Admin Settings, for example, you change the port from 443 to 8443, then the Allow Origin value shall
include the port as https://10.200.111.100:8443.
||The HTTPS port used to specify the FortiWeb device.
If this port is changed from System > Admin > Settings of a FortiWeb device, you need to manually update the port for all the devices in Device Manager.
||You can configure FortiWeb Manager to act as an FDS proxy so that FortiWeb devices in the network are able to connect to
FortiGuard for license validation. Also, the devices in the network can update services from the FortiWeb Manager
When FDS Proxy is enabled, the option Override default FortiGuard address at System > Config > FortiGuard will be changed to FortiWeb Manager IP:8989 automatically, for example, 10.200.111.100:8989, 10.200.111.100 is the FortiWeb Manager IP address.
||Once enabled, this option allows to automatically obtain Vserver port and IP address of managed devices and add them in the Variable List. Thus, you do not need to manually add such information from Config Management.
||Add the variables for the device.