Which of the following actions must be performed to return the FortiManager HA to a working state?

In the event that the primary FortiManager fails, which of the following actions must be performed to return the FortiManager HA to a working state? If the primary FortiManager unit fails you must manually configure one of the backup units to become the primary unit. The new primary unit will have the same IP addresses as it did when it was the backup unitReconfigure the cluster by removing the failed unit from the cluster configuration. If the primary unit has failed, this means configuring one of the backup units to be the primary unit and adding peer IPs for all of the remaining backup units to the new primary unit configuration.Reference:http://help.fortinet.com/fmgr/50hlp/60/6-0-0/FMG-FAZ/2600_HA/0000_HA.htmhttp://help.fortinet.com/fmgr/50hlp/60/6-0-0/FMG-FAZ/2600_HA/0010_FMG%20Primary%20or%20Backup%20Fails.htm

Question:

Which of the following actions must be performed to return the FortiManager HA to a working state?

Options:

Secondary device with highest priority will automatically be promoted to the primary role, and manually reconfigure all other secondary devices to point to the new primary device.

FortiManager HA state transition is transparent to administrators and does not require any reconfiguration.

Manually promote one of the secondary devices to the primary role, and reconfigure all other secondary devices to point to the new primary device.

Reboot one of the secondary devices to promote it automatically to the primary role, and reconfigure all other secondary devices to point to the new primary device.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Manually promote one of the secondary devices to the primary role, and reconfigure all other secondary devices to point to the new primary device.

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