This is unacceptable to have to resort to API access to retrieve information that's clearly presented within the web UI. We've got to push FortiClient upgrades to end users, and this lack of exportable data is going to cause much pain regarding assembling comm's to our users... because we simply don't have an easy way to identify/compile a list of the target users. I know how to extract this data from the web page (had to do it a year ago, in fact), but I'm now choosing to talk about it here instead of focusing my time on working around your blatant oversight into manageability for us admins.
Within the management interface, locate the section that displays the list of managed endpoints or devices, which may be labeled as "Endpoint Management" or "Device List." Most FortiClient versions offer an export option that allows you to save this list as a file, often in CSV or Excel format, which can be easily accessed and used for reference or analysis. If you encounter any difficulties during this process, it's advisable to consult FortiClient's official documentation or seek assistance from their support resources for specific guidance relevant to your version.
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