Access Point Gui 3.0 ( For AP 2.7.2)

Access Point Gui 3.0 ( For AP 2.7.2)

So I didn't think id write another one of these since I figured there would be one in the latest realease of AP. Well I guess they skipped any sort of Gui again, so here we go!


Requirements:
.NET 4.5.2 or greater
A deployed AP (just needs to be accessible via management IP)

So to start download , extract and double click the Access Point Gui.exe

Once the App has loaded you will be presented with a console 



Enter your AP's management IP or the host name and password. At this point you could continue filling out the settings but lets see what we currently have set by clicking the [Get Current Info] button.





OK Great , there are our current settings, we can copy those off some where in case we need them.



Click the View Enabled? check box to open up the rest of the settings.

Fill out the rest of the settings as required. I have added a function to get the Thumbprint for the connection server (or LB server) of the supplied certificate. After you enter your Proxy Destination URl, cluck the "Auto Import..." check box.


And there we go, we connected to the CS, took the certificate that it presented us, and pulled the thumbprint out and put it in our settings box. Sweet!


Fill out any additional settings and click [Submit]


And there it is your settings have been saved to the AP and you are not good to go.



I have added some additional error checking for things like bad server name and wrong passwords to help us this utility





That's really it, couldn't be easier.
Some additional notes:
the proxy destination thumbprint seams to no longer accept *, so  you have to put something there.

vIDM Settings and System Settings are currently disabled till at least the next update.
I will do some aditional testing on system settings to make sure it good to go and vIDM I honestly have no clue what needs to be but in there but as soon as I can get more info and testing it will be added.


Thanks


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