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EMS Administration Guide

Quarantining endpoints

You can quarantine an endpoint using EMS. Quarantined endpoints cannot access the network.

  1. Go to Endpoints.
  2. Click All Endpoints, a domain, or workgroup. A list of endpoints displays.
  3. Click an endpoint, and from the Action menu, select Quarantine.

    The endpoint status changes to Quarantined, and EMS quarantines the endpoint with the next Telemetry communication.

    You can remove an endpoint from quarantine by right-clicking the endpoint and selecting Unquarantine. EMS removes the endpoint from quarantine with the next Telemetry communication and restores network access to the endpoint.

    You can also provide the endpoint user with a one-time access code. The endpoint user can enter the code to access FortiClient on a quarantined endpoint, then remove the endpoint from quarantine in FortiClient. The code is available under Quarantine Access Code after selecting a quarantined endpoint.

Quarantining endpoints

You can quarantine an endpoint using EMS. Quarantined endpoints cannot access the network.

  1. Go to Endpoints.
  2. Click All Endpoints, a domain, or workgroup. A list of endpoints displays.
  3. Click an endpoint, and from the Action menu, select Quarantine.

    The endpoint status changes to Quarantined, and EMS quarantines the endpoint with the next Telemetry communication.

    You can remove an endpoint from quarantine by right-clicking the endpoint and selecting Unquarantine. EMS removes the endpoint from quarantine with the next Telemetry communication and restores network access to the endpoint.

    You can also provide the endpoint user with a one-time access code. The endpoint user can enter the code to access FortiClient on a quarantined endpoint, then remove the endpoint from quarantine in FortiClient. The code is available under Quarantine Access Code after selecting a quarantined endpoint.