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CLI Reference

system feature-visibility

Use this command to enable or disable the ability to view configuration options for these features in the web UI and CLI:

  • ADFS policy
  • Device tracking
  • FTP security
  • Traffic mirror
  • Mobile application identification
  • Acceleration
  • Web cache

By default, feature visibility for these features is disabled. While disabled, options for configuring these features are hidden in the web UI and CLI. If you're planning to configure and implement these features in your FortiWeb configuration, you'll need to enable feature visibility for them first.

To use this command, your administrator account’s access control profile must have either w or rw permission to the sysgrp area. For details, see Permissions.

Syntax

config system feature-visibility

set adfs-policy {enable | disable}

set ftp-security {enable | disable}

set device-tracking {enable | disable}

set traffic-mirror {enable | disable}

set mobile-app-identification {enable | disable}

set acceleration-policy {enable | disable}

set web-cache {enable | disable}

end

 

Variable Description Default

adfs-policy {enable | disable}

Enable to display ADFS policy and ADFS server pool options.

disable

ftp-security {enable | disable}

Enable to display FTP security rule, profile, and policy configuration options.

disable

device-tracking {enable | disable}

Enable to display device tracking rule, profile, and policy configuration options.

disable

traffic-mirror {enable | disable}

Enable to display traffic mirror rule, profile, and policy configuration options.

disable

mobile-app-identification {enable | disable}

Enable to configure the JWT token secret and token header to verify a request from a mobile application.

disable

acceleration-policy {enable | disable}

Enable to display acceleration policy configuration options.

disable

web-cache {enable | disable}

Enable to display web cache policy and profile configuration options.

disable

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system feature-visibility

Use this command to enable or disable the ability to view configuration options for these features in the web UI and CLI:

  • ADFS policy
  • Device tracking
  • FTP security
  • Traffic mirror
  • Mobile application identification
  • Acceleration
  • Web cache

By default, feature visibility for these features is disabled. While disabled, options for configuring these features are hidden in the web UI and CLI. If you're planning to configure and implement these features in your FortiWeb configuration, you'll need to enable feature visibility for them first.

To use this command, your administrator account’s access control profile must have either w or rw permission to the sysgrp area. For details, see Permissions.

Syntax

config system feature-visibility

set adfs-policy {enable | disable}

set ftp-security {enable | disable}

set device-tracking {enable | disable}

set traffic-mirror {enable | disable}

set mobile-app-identification {enable | disable}

set acceleration-policy {enable | disable}

set web-cache {enable | disable}

end

 

Variable Description Default

adfs-policy {enable | disable}

Enable to display ADFS policy and ADFS server pool options.

disable

ftp-security {enable | disable}

Enable to display FTP security rule, profile, and policy configuration options.

disable

device-tracking {enable | disable}

Enable to display device tracking rule, profile, and policy configuration options.

disable

traffic-mirror {enable | disable}

Enable to display traffic mirror rule, profile, and policy configuration options.

disable

mobile-app-identification {enable | disable}

Enable to configure the JWT token secret and token header to verify a request from a mobile application.

disable

acceleration-policy {enable | disable}

Enable to display acceleration policy configuration options.

disable

web-cache {enable | disable}

Enable to display web cache policy and profile configuration options.

disable

Related Topics