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FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out

Oddly, it states "FortiAuthenticator™ 5.2.0 build 0155 officially supports upgrade from all versions of FortiAuthenticator™ 4.x.x" but it doesn't mention anything about updating from 5.x.x...
 
 
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/12 00:56:04 (permalink)
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    Thank You for pointing that out!
    I have gave you a 5 star reward and opened a documentation bug Id #0468651. 

    Kind Regards,
    Tomas
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/12 01:49:07 (permalink)
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    Looks good, loving the new smart connect feature. Can't wait for the other OS's to be added here too, will make onboarding wifi clients so much easier with SSL inspection.
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/12 07:41:43 (permalink)
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    Thanks Tomas.  Appreciate you listing the bug Id.
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/12 11:54:03 (permalink)
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    Will a lot of you admins wait for a while to perform this upgrade since this is so new?  Will you wait for 5.2 x instead?
     
    Thanks
     
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/12 12:02:02 (permalink)
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    I have one question.  When I look at the rate of releases for FAC versions I'd like to understand why new firmware versions came out so quickly.  New releases came out on 11/2/17, 11/6/17, 11/20/17, 12/19/17 and now 1/4/18.  Is it common to see so many new versions of Fortinet firmware in such a short period of time?  I'm considering my upgrade path from 4.0.0 and I'm thinking I may go to 5.1.2 and wait for the first update to 5.2.0 before going to that version.
     
    Let me know your thoughts.
     
    Thank you.
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/12 13:24:37 (permalink)
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    I think 5.1 had a number of security fixes for the 5.0 branch, 5.1.1 fixed a bug that had been introduced in 5.1 that messed up guest portals during the upgrade, and 5.1.2 fixed a couple annoying bugs where Windows two-factor auth could fail.
     
    I'll be waiting a bit before upgrading to 5.2.0.  Would really like to hear from anybody who's put it in a lab first.  Would prefer a 5.2.1 branch with just a few fixes in it.
     
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    Re: FortiAuthenticator 5.2.0 is out 2018/01/15 22:17:07 (permalink)
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    I was having this issue with 5.1.2 as well, but I'm trying to upload an SSL Cert from LetsEncrypt so i have have a trusted cert for the https admin page.
     
    Im trying to upload it to Certificate Management -> End Entities -> Local Services
     
    But its giving the following error:
    Import has failed: Unsupported cipher algorithm
     
    Am I doing something dumb? This exact same cert has worked for the FGT, FML etc.
     
    post edited by RobertReynolds - 2018/01/15 22:19:03

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