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How do I check which group does the user belong to? (via api)

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How do I check which group does the user belong to? (via api)

Re: How do I check which group does the user belong to? (via api)

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Use the "userprofile" object and request the "admin_group" field.

 

For example:

curl -k -u admin:infoblox -X GET 'https://gm.richard.network/wapi/v2.11/userprofile?_return_fields=name,admin_group,email,user_type'

returns:

[
    {
        "_ref": "userprofile/Li51c2VyX3Byb2ZpbGUkMA:admin", 
        "admin_group": "admin-group", 
        "name": "admin", 
        "user_type": "LOCAL"
    }
]

Re: How do I check which group does the user belong to? (via api)

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Why I have to write the password?

Re: How do I check which group does the user belong to? (via api)

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You only need to fill the "old_password" and "password" fields if you're changing your own password.  It's not needed to view information.

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