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 Go to the [[https://​support.fortinet.com|Fortinet Support]] website and login to your account. ​ Navigate to Asset > Register/​Renew,​ then follow the prompts to register your FortiToken Cloud license. ​ Contact your Fortinet reseller to obtain your FortiToken Cloud license. ​ Once your license is registered, navigate to the [[https://​ftc.fortinet.com|FortiToken Cloud Portal]] and login with your Fortinet Support credentials. Go to the [[https://​support.fortinet.com|Fortinet Support]] website and login to your account. ​ Navigate to Asset > Register/​Renew,​ then follow the prompts to register your FortiToken Cloud license. ​ Contact your Fortinet reseller to obtain your FortiToken Cloud license. ​ Once your license is registered, navigate to the [[https://​ftc.fortinet.com|FortiToken Cloud Portal]] and login with your Fortinet Support credentials.
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-=== Create Namespace (Optional) === 
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-A Namespace is a container for your users. ​ There is a default Namespace called "​default"​ which you can use for all authentication clients or you can define custom Namespaces to use.  Namespaces can be used to define boundaries between different customers or to control which users have access to each authentication client. ​ When you configure your authentication client, you will tell it which Namespace to use.  If the same username exists in multiple authentication clients within the same Namespace, that username will be treated as a single user and that user will have a single token. ​ If the same username exists in different Namespaces, the username is treated as different users, and each username will have its own token. 
  
 === Upgrade FortiGate === === Upgrade FortiGate ===
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 FortiToken Cloud will be fully supported in the GA version of FortiOS 6.2 which has not been released. ​ Until it is released, a special version of FortiOS 6.0 is required to integrate with FortiToken Cloud. ​ Contact your Fortinet System Engineer to obtain the special FortiOS 6.0 firmware. FortiToken Cloud will be fully supported in the GA version of FortiOS 6.2 which has not been released. ​ Until it is released, a special version of FortiOS 6.0 is required to integrate with FortiToken Cloud. ​ Contact your Fortinet System Engineer to obtain the special FortiOS 6.0 firmware.
  
-=== Enable FortiToken Cloud on FortiGate VDOM ===+=== Enable FortiToken Cloud for All FortiGate VDOM'​s ​===
  
-Use the FortiGate CLI to activate FortiToken Cloud for specific ​FortiGate ​VDOMs. ​ Enter the following commands ​to enable FortiToken Cloud for the root VDOM:+Use the FortiGate CLI to activate FortiToken Cloud for all FortiGate ​VDOM's using the following commands:
  
-  config system ​ftc-namespace+  config system ​global
     edit customer 1     edit customer 1
-      set namespace default +      set fortitoken-cloud-service ​enable
-      set vdom-list root +
-      set status ​enable+
     next     next
   end   end
   ​   ​
-After executing these commands, open the FortiToken Cloud Portal and navigate to the Auth Client tab.  The VDOM that was just enabled will have been automatically added into FortiToken Cloud, and you will see it in the Auth Client list.+After executing these commands, open the FortiToken Cloud Portal and navigate to the Auth Client tab.  The FortiGate ​that was just enabled ​for FortiToken Cloud will have been automatically added into FortiToken Cloud, and you will see it in the Auth Client list.
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 === Enable FortiToken Cloud on FortiGate admin User Account === === Enable FortiToken Cloud on FortiGate admin User Account ===