Use Custom Images for Replacement Messages

Use Custom Images for Replacement Messages

The replacement message list in System > Replacement Messages enables you to view and customize replacement messages. Highlight the replacement messages you want to edit and customize the message content to your requirements. Hit Save when done. If you do not see the message you want to edit, select the Extended View option in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

If you make a mistake, select Restore Default to return to the original message and code base.

Replacement message images

You can add images to replacement messages on:

  • Disclaimer pages l Login pages l Declined disclaimer pages l Login failed pages
  • Login challenge pages l Keepalive pages

Adding images to replacement messages

To add images to replacement messages in the GUI:

  1. Go to System > Replacement Messages.
  2. Select Manage Images at the top of the page.
  3. Select Create New.
  4. Enter a name for the image.
  5. Select the Content Type.
  6. Select Browse to locate the file and select OK.

Modify images in replacement messages

Replacement messages can be modified to include an HTML message or content that suits your organization. A list of common replacement messages appear in the main window. Select Extended View to see the entire list and all categories for replacement messages.

To modify an image in a replacement message:

  1. Go to System > Replacement Messages.
  2. Select the replacement message you want to edit.

In the bottom pane of the GUI the message will be displayed on the left alongside the HTML code on the right. The message view changes in real-time as you edit the content.

  1. Select Save.

Replacement message groups

Replacement message groups enable you to view common messages in groups for large carriers. Message groups can be configured by going to Config > Replacement Message Group.

Using the defined groups, you can manage specific replacement messages from a single location, rather than searching through the entire replacement message list.

If you enable virtual domains (VDOMs) on the FortiGate unit, replacement message groups are configured separately for each virtual domain. Each VDOM has its own default replacement message group, configured from System > Replacement Message Group.

When you modify a message in a replacement message group, a reset icon appears beside the message in the group.

Select the reset icon to reset the message in the replacement message group to the default version.

 


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