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On any request to this API, there is a set of mandatory HTTP headers that must be included.
This standard header determines the format of the response payload. XML and JSON are supported.
Example syntax. Accept: application/json
During user authentication, a token is returned in a response header named x-kace-csrf-token. That value must be gathered by the client and sent in a similarly named request header for every subsequent request.
This value is compared against a token stored in a client’s cookie. This is a common technique that helps prevent cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks.
This standard header indicates the format of the request payload. It is required only for POST and PUT requests. XML and JSON are supported.
Example syntax. Content-Type: application/json
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