I've a problem of loss of the liceense in my FortiAnalyzer. I've set a proxy and it's used to login the the cloud account. The FortiAnalyzer reboots and everything seems to be OK. But a few minutes / hours later, I get this alert message:
License validation state changes from Trial License Init to Found disconnecting because of Server No Response
I checked the proxy log and there is no entry of any kind of access. If I check the firewall logs, I can see that the FortiAnalyzer tries to communicate directly with some servers in the internet - I guess some license servers!?
Afterwards I get a "duplicate license" error (but there is only one license in my account) and instead of the analyzer login a could login dialog is shown. I can login with my cloud account, the analyzer reboots, everyhting seems to be fine... for at least some hours.
So, has anyone an idea, why the proxy isn't used to contact the license servers for validation?
I've set up a proxy for cloud account login, and everything seems fine after a reboot. However, after a few hours, I receive an alert stating, "License validation state changes from Trial License Init to Found disconnecting because of Server No Response." I've checked the proxy and firewall logs, and it's intriguing that the FortiAnalyzer attempts to communicate directly with internet servers, likely license servers. I also encounter a "duplicate license" error, despite having just one license in my account.
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