user : fsso-polling
 
fsso-polling
Use this command to configure polling of servers for Fortinet Single Sign-On.
Syntax - Global
config user fsso-polling
edit <AD_id_int>
set status {enable | disable}
set server <name>
set authentication {enable | disable}
set auth-password <pwd_str>
set listening-port <port_int>
end
Syntax - VDOM
config user fsso-polling
edit <AD_id_int>
set status {enable | disable}
set server <name>
set password <pwd_str>
set default-domain <domain_str>
set ldap-server <server_name>
set logon-history <hours_int>
set polling-frequency <sec_int>
set port <port_int>
set user <uid_str>
config adgrp
edit adgrp-name <group_name>
end
end
Variable 
Description 
Default 
<AD_id_int>
Enter an ID number for the Windows Active Directory (AD) server.
 
status {enable | disable}
Enable or disable FSSO polling.
enable
server <name>
Enter the AD server name or IP address.
Null
password <pwd_str>
Enter the AD server password.
Null
authentication {enable | disable}
Enable or disable authentication.
enable
auth-password <pwd_str>
Enter the AD server password.
Null
default-domain <domain_str>
Enter this server’s default domain name.
Null
ldap-server <server_name>
Enter the name of the LDAP server for group and user names.
Null
listening-port <port_int>
Enter the server port number. Range 1 the 65 535,
8000
logon-history <hours_int>
Enter length of logon history. Range 1 to 48 hours.
8
polling-frequency <sec_int>
Enter the polling interval. Range 1 to 30 seconds.
10
port <port_int>
Enter the server port number. Range 0 the 65 535.
0
user <uid_str>
Enter the user account name for the AD server.
Null
config adgrp fields
 
adgrp-name <group_name>
Enter a Windows AD group name for which FSSO polling will be conducted.
No default.