We have being doing tests using XML to configure a CSS 11503 running 7.50.x.
Using an unsecure (no restrict xml) connection everything goes well and we successfully configure the CSS.
When using a secure connection (no restric secure-xml) the configuration is not successfully done. In fact using HTTPS what happens is that we receive as an answer the WebNS device management interface welcome page, asking us to enter an username and password.
Is there anything else that must be done besides issuing the no restrict secure-xml command in order to be able to configure the CSS using XML through a secure connection?
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