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I'm looking to find any Python examples of using the REST API. An Internet search didn't turn anything up.

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there are no examples of REST API requests in Python. We only have examples in PowerShell, C#, cURL and node.js. You can check them in our SDK: https://adaxes.com/sdk/REST_GetDirectoryObject.

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