I've done some testing with the new API. 

I can login and use the Inventory and Asset API. But when trying to use the Scripting part i'm getting "error: Failed Permissions check". 

Has anybody succeeded in using the Scriping API? Any code examples? 
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The scripting API needs to have Mobile Access enabled for both K1 and the user credentials being used in the login and the correct paths are /api/script and /api/scripts
Answered 04/15/2017 by: KevinG
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What headers you are using ?
Answered 03/20/2017 by: AbhayR
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  • $objHTTP.setRequestHeader( "Accept", "application/json" )
    $objHTTP.setRequestHeader( "x-dell-csrf-token", $strCSRF )
    $objHTTP.setRequestHeader( "Content-type", "application/json" )
    $objHTTP.setRequestHeader( "Cookie", $strGlobalCookie )
    $objHTTP.setRequestHeader( "x-dell-api-version", "7" )
    • Try using x-dell-api-version = 2
      • No, that didn't work. I'm getting the same error.
      • Which Scripting API you are trying to call ?

        Does this work for you ?
        /api/scripts
  • I have tried all documented functions (http://support-public.cfm.quest.com/39143_K1000_7.0_API_Reference_en-US.pdf). No, when trying /api/scripts I'am getting a "Not logged in "-error.
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This is all the headers I use and I get the result on the 7.0 server. x-dell-xsrf-token value is taken from the previous login headers.
Answered 03/27/2017 by: AbhayR
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