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I'm able to use the following  to list groups and get the group identifier 

curl --request GET --user name:password --url http://host/api/rest/groups 


I would like to use curl to "put" memebers to the group.

1. will using PUT api/rest/groups/{group-identifier}/group-members add a memebr to the group? Would the user name be used for this? Its not explict in the API guide. 

2. Is someone able to provide the proper curl syntax for the put, as a simple data put of the user name does not seem to work

curl -d "username" -X PUT --user user:password --url http://host/api/rest/groups/39240/group-memebers

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Occasional Advisor

Re: RPRM API help

I guess this Community doesn't respond to API Questions???? LOL

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Occasional Advisor


I'm reading the RPRM API document found here and finding there is not enough documentation on parameters of the POST and PUT calls.
My goal is to use the API to create 1200 machine and room accounts. 
I would like to POST the following parameters 
Enable Machine account
User ID
Associate with a new room (created automatically)
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Polycom Employee & Community Manager

Re: RPRM API help

Hello @dwolf,


welcome to the Polycom Community.


I have joined your new and your old post. Community members will respond if they can.


If nobody responds you can always work with your Polycom reseller and potentially open a ticket with Polycom support.

Please ensure to provide some feedback if this reply has helped you so other users can profit from your experience.

Best Regards

Steffen Baier

Polycom Global Services

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