I then create the signature by using the command prompt with a the github file I downloaded for creating signatures. I have tried both curl requests to curl request signatures curl -X POST “http://localhost:4000” -d “meetingNumber=85151097167&role=1” and one with role=0
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Can you please confirm if you were able to troubleshoot this on your end or if you are still looking for help?
If so, can you please share with me how are you generating the signature?
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It is still not working below is my example of how I get the signature
I am creating the signature using the git repo that had me download meetingsdk-auth-endpoint-sample and then I would open the port and then I would make a curl request to that port with the valid credentials for the specific webinar. Here is an example of one of the calls. Thank you for your insight.
C:\Users\smith>curl request signatures curl -X POST “http://localhost:4000” -d “meetingNumber=88400563738&role=1”
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Just by looking and decoding your signature it looks like you are passing an old date (here is a tool to decode it: https://jwt.io/)
here is a helpful blog post that will help you understand the generation of your signature better: