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Asset tags

Asset tags from EMS and FortiNAC is available in FortiAnalyzer Assets view.

To view asset tags in FortiAnalyzer:
  1. In the FortiClient EMS Server, go to Compliance Verification > Compliance Verification Rules, and create a new rule.
    In this example, the tag "QA Windows 10 Workstation" was created for OS Version: Windows 10.

    Once saved, go to Compliance Verification > Host Tag Monitor to confirm the presence of the tag.
    Below, the two endpoints using Windows 10 operating systems are tagged with QA Windows 10 Workstation.
  2. On FortiAnalyzer, go to Fabric View > Fabric Connectors, and create a new FortiClient EMS Connector.
  3. Go to FortiSoC > Automation > Playbook and create a new customized playbook with a task using the action Update Asset and Identity, and save the playbook.
  4. Run the playbook and go to Playbook Monitor to confirm that the playbook was run successfully.
    After a few moments, go to Fabric View > Assets. Tags are now displayed in the Tags column. In this example, the two Windows 10 endpoints are displayed in the table with the tag "QA Windows 10 Workstation".

Asset tags

Asset tags from EMS and FortiNAC is available in FortiAnalyzer Assets view.

To view asset tags in FortiAnalyzer:
  1. In the FortiClient EMS Server, go to Compliance Verification > Compliance Verification Rules, and create a new rule.
    In this example, the tag "QA Windows 10 Workstation" was created for OS Version: Windows 10.

    Once saved, go to Compliance Verification > Host Tag Monitor to confirm the presence of the tag.
    Below, the two endpoints using Windows 10 operating systems are tagged with QA Windows 10 Workstation.
  2. On FortiAnalyzer, go to Fabric View > Fabric Connectors, and create a new FortiClient EMS Connector.
  3. Go to FortiSoC > Automation > Playbook and create a new customized playbook with a task using the action Update Asset and Identity, and save the playbook.
  4. Run the playbook and go to Playbook Monitor to confirm that the playbook was run successfully.
    After a few moments, go to Fabric View > Assets. Tags are now displayed in the Tags column. In this example, the two Windows 10 endpoints are displayed in the table with the tag "QA Windows 10 Workstation".