I have WISE-4012 and would like to send data to my IIS Web server (currently I send data to my Dropbox account, and it works fine). I tried to choose "Private server" in configuration of WISE-4012, and set my IIS server IP and port. The web server is working, (I created directory /upload_log, /sys_log and /io_log, and place there some index.html file to check if the server is working), but the WISE-4012 can't upload file there. There is upload and push error in logs. How to configure IIS to be able send data to it? Does anybody tried to do this? Is it possible?
REST is the common language
of Web, you can use it to access WISE-PaaS/RMM.
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