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For the life of me whenever I try to send a PUT request to change the group of an endpoing - either via PowerShell or Postman - I end up changing the group fo all of my clients (yay). Even though the "EndpointsList" is being sent it appears that it "arriving" as null/empty --or-- I'm just doing something completely wrong. Is the correct Body parameter "EndpointsList"? Thanks again!
The development team has released an update to the Unity API which contains the following changes: [list] [*]Added IsTrial field to response records when information about child licenses is queried via the ecom service extension [*]Added ExternalAccountId field to the response when information about a license is queried via the ecom service extension [*]Minor miscellaneous documentation refinements[/list] Thank you! Joseph R. Webroot
We have a new update coming out for the GSM Console which includes the new API Access tab for creating API ClientIDs and ClientSecrets. This was scheduled to release today, but a critical bug has been found, and the team is pushing this back, Here is the official notice: "We have come across some unexpected issues with this and next week’s planned releases. Barring any further unforeseen issues we are now planning to release on Monday 7th our GSM console release with Unity Tab, CSV reporting and Site filters. And then, on Monday 14th, our new Web Filtering and Mac Agent Commands enhancements. Our sincere apologies for these last minute delays. The Webroot Team" Thanks! Joseph
[h2]Welcome to the Webroot Unity API Forum![/h2] This forum is designed as your one-stop location for everything involving the new [url=https://www.webroot.com/us/en/business/partners/msp-partner-program#left_right_halves_consumer-unity-api]Unity API[/url]. Here you will find fast access to Unity API documentation, access to code snippets, be able to discuss and share information on how you and others are using the UnityAPI, as well as request new UnityAPI capabilities and features. Enjoy! [h3]Here are some helpful links to get you started:[/h3][list] [*][url=https://unityapi.webrootcloudav.com/Docs/APIDoc]Unity API documentation[/url] [*][url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Unity-API-forum/bd-p/UnityAPI]Unity API version history[/url] [*][url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Unity-API-forum/bd-p/UnityAPI]Ask a question in the Unity API forum[/url] [*][url=https://community.webroot.com/t5/Feature-Requests/idb-p/UnityAPI_FR]Request an API feature[/url] [*][url=https://comm
So as we are building out Unity API requests in our various applications, we will use a REST client to quickly and easily test these before finalizing our code. We at Webroot have found that Postman ([url=https://www.getpostman.com/]https://www.getpostman.com/[/url]) has been the most comprehensive and easy to use client freely available in the Chrome extensions store. There's also a Mac version! However, feel free to use any REST client you are comfortable with. Even some of the applications we use to develop (JetBrains' IDEs) have built in REST clients to make this process easier. Feel free to share you preferences here. Thanks! Joseph
On October 20th, 2016, Webroot introduced the Unity API to our Ambassadors and Partners. You can view this recording of the webinar at [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkUrMIwS-5E]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkUrMIwS-5E[/url] . Special thanks to George Anderson, Webroot's Product Marketing Director. Thanks! Joseph [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkUrMIwS-5E[/video]
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