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Administration Guide

Licenses

This widget displays information about the licenses on your FortiSandbox unit. Only the licenses available for your FortiSandbox appear.

Hover the pointer over a colored icon to see the license status and details.

Click a link beside a license to upload a license or go to its settings page.

Windows VM

Microsoft Windows VM license activation and initialization status.

For more information, see Log & Report > Events > VM Events.

In addition to the pre-installed default set of Windows VM images, you can also download, install, and use optional images from the Optional VMs section in the VM Image page. Extra Windows OS licenses might be needed if the unit has none available. For example, when you try to use a Windows 10 image on a FortiSandbox unit, you might need to purchase Windows 10 license keys from Fortinet. After purchase, download your license file from the Fortinet Customer Service & Support portal. Then use the Upload License link next to the Windows VM field to install the license. The system reboots and activates the newly-installed Windows guest VMs.

Windows Cloud VM

This is only available on the VM00 model. Windows Cloud VMs are an extension of units' scan power by sending files to Fortinet Sandboxing cloud to scan. This line shows the date that Windows Cloud VM contract expires, and number of remote clones reserved in cloud.

In a cluster environment, each VM00 unit in the cluster can purchase Windows cloud VM seat counts to expand the cluster's scan power. These cloud VM clones are local to that VM00 unit and are not shared.

MacOS Cloud VM

The date the MacOS contract expires and the number of remote clones reserved in Fortinet MacOS cloud. In cluster mode, the total reserved clone numbers displays on the primary node. All cluster units share a collected pool of reserved clones from each unit. This means that even nodes with no MacOS VM contract can still upload MacOSX files to the cloud for scanning.

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office product activation status. Click the upload icon to upload a Microsoft Office license file.

The active icon and caution icon can both appear when Microsoft Office software is activated on some enabled VMs but not activated on other enabled VMs. For more information, see Log & Report > Events > VM Events.

Customized VM

Customized VM license activation and initialization status.

Mail Transfer Agent Service

Mail Transfer Agent Service license activation and initialization status.

VM Status

Status of the FortiSandbox guest VM accessing the outside network. This section only displays VMs that are enabled.

Antivirus

The date that the antivirus database contract expires. If the contract expires within 15 days, a caution icon appears.

Web Filtering

Status of the Web Filtering query server.

Industrial Security Service

Status of the Industrial Security Service.

Licenses

This widget displays information about the licenses on your FortiSandbox unit. Only the licenses available for your FortiSandbox appear.

Hover the pointer over a colored icon to see the license status and details.

Click a link beside a license to upload a license or go to its settings page.

Windows VM

Microsoft Windows VM license activation and initialization status.

For more information, see Log & Report > Events > VM Events.

In addition to the pre-installed default set of Windows VM images, you can also download, install, and use optional images from the Optional VMs section in the VM Image page. Extra Windows OS licenses might be needed if the unit has none available. For example, when you try to use a Windows 10 image on a FortiSandbox unit, you might need to purchase Windows 10 license keys from Fortinet. After purchase, download your license file from the Fortinet Customer Service & Support portal. Then use the Upload License link next to the Windows VM field to install the license. The system reboots and activates the newly-installed Windows guest VMs.

Windows Cloud VM

This is only available on the VM00 model. Windows Cloud VMs are an extension of units' scan power by sending files to Fortinet Sandboxing cloud to scan. This line shows the date that Windows Cloud VM contract expires, and number of remote clones reserved in cloud.

In a cluster environment, each VM00 unit in the cluster can purchase Windows cloud VM seat counts to expand the cluster's scan power. These cloud VM clones are local to that VM00 unit and are not shared.

MacOS Cloud VM

The date the MacOS contract expires and the number of remote clones reserved in Fortinet MacOS cloud. In cluster mode, the total reserved clone numbers displays on the primary node. All cluster units share a collected pool of reserved clones from each unit. This means that even nodes with no MacOS VM contract can still upload MacOSX files to the cloud for scanning.

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office product activation status. Click the upload icon to upload a Microsoft Office license file.

The active icon and caution icon can both appear when Microsoft Office software is activated on some enabled VMs but not activated on other enabled VMs. For more information, see Log & Report > Events > VM Events.

Customized VM

Customized VM license activation and initialization status.

Mail Transfer Agent Service

Mail Transfer Agent Service license activation and initialization status.

VM Status

Status of the FortiSandbox guest VM accessing the outside network. This section only displays VMs that are enabled.

Antivirus

The date that the antivirus database contract expires. If the contract expires within 15 days, a caution icon appears.

Web Filtering

Status of the Web Filtering query server.

Industrial Security Service

Status of the Industrial Security Service.