If Bit Locker is not suspended, the next time you reboot the system it will not recognize the Bit Locker key.
For information on backing up the configuration, see If you changed the firmware to an earlier version whose configuration is not compatible, you may need to do first-time setup again.
For instructions, see the Forti Manager Quick Start Guide for your unit.
Installing firmware replaces the current network vulnerability management engine with the version included with the firmware release that you are installing.
After you install the new firmware, make sure that your vulnerability definitions are up-to-date.
For more information, see Forti Manager v4.0 MR3 does not provide a full downgrade path.
For those users who want to downgrade to an older Forti Manager firmware release, downgrade the system firmware via a TFTP server with the firmware burning procedure embedded within the Forti Manager system boot-up menu.
A full format of the system hard drives and system reset are required after the firmware downgrading process.
When you enable Endpoint Protection, a default antimalware policy is applied to client computers and you can use additional policy templates that are supplied or create your own custom antimalware policies to customize the settings for your environment.
You can configure Configuration Manager software updates to deliver definition updates to client computers by configuring automatic deployment rules.
Before you start, ensure that you have configured Configuration Manager software updates.
For more information, see Specify the time for the automatic deployment rule to run.