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Test the connectivity between Information Centric Tagging client and Webservice

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Article ID: 172943

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Information Centric Security

Issue/Introduction

User wants to test the Information centric Tagging (ICT) client connectivity with Webserver, 

Resolution

WebService (7.2 or older):

  1. On the RightsWATCH server, select Start, type Internet Explorer.  Put the mouse cursor over the Internet Explorer icon and hold shift while right clicking.  Select Run as different user and provide the credentials for a RightsWATCH licensed user (example: User01);
  2. Type http(s)://localhost/rightswatch/webservice/mlsservice.asmx in the Internet Explorer address bar (you can use the FQDN of the machine instead of localhost or use https).
  3. Select GetConfigVersioned, type 9 in the e_version value text box and click the Invoke button;
  4. The information about the user is shown (classifications, roles, active plugins and the email of the user).

 

Webservice (7.3 / 14.6 or newer):

  1. On the RightsWATCH / ICT server, select Start, type Internet Explorer.  Put the mouse cursor over the Internet Explorer icon and hold shift while right clicking.  Select Run as different user and provide the credentials for a ICT licensed user (example: User01);
  2. Type http(s)://localhost/ict/webservice/service.asmx in the Internet Explorer address bar (you can use the FQDN of the machine instead of localhost or use https).
  3. Select GetConfigurationTester, type True in all the value column text boxes and click the Invoke button;
  4. The information about the user is shown (classifications, roles, active plugins and the email of the user) in Base64 format.

To Test with ICT OWA Webservice

  1. On the ICT service, select Start and type Internet Explorer to open it;
  2. Type http://localhost/ICT/ict-owa/csSECURE_OWA_WebService.asmx in the Internet Explorer address bar (you can use the FQDN of the machine instead of localhost or use https).
  3. Click getConfig, type a username (domain\username) and click invoke - You should see the classifications and the license details for this user.

To test with ICT Mobile Mail Service

  1. On the ICT server, select Start and type Internet Explorer to open it
  2. Type http://localhost/ICT/RightsWATCH-BB-webservice/csBlackBerryWebService.asmx in the address bar (you can use the FQDN of the machine instead of localhost or use https)
  3. Click SearchGal, fill in the str_search_pattern (e.g.: SMTP to search for all the contacts in the GAL), with the string to search in the GAL, the username (NT4 format: DOMAIN\USERNAME) and the password in Base64 and click invoke
  4. You should see contacts in the GAL (Global Address list) of the user that matches the search pattern

This test will ensure the ICT components can connect to the Exchange server, using auto-discover / EWS, when sending emails and getting headers for emails.