EFT needs to use POST in CIC HTTP requests


THE INFORMATION IN THIS ARTICLE APPLIES TO:

  • EFT version 7.0.3 later
  • In version 8 and later, add the Value name below to the AdvancedProperties.json file instead of the registry

DISCUSSION

When using the Content Integrity Control action in EFT with AV and DLP tools, EFT needs to use POST in CIC HTTP requests. The advanced property below is used to specify whether to use PUT(0; default) or POST(1) in CIC HTTP requests. Set the value to 1 to use POST in CIC HTTP requests.

Name: ICAPUsePOST

Prior to v8:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\WOW6432Node\GlobalSCAPE Inc.\EFT Server 7.0\

Type: DWORD

In v8.0 and later:

Add the name:value pair to the AdvancedProperties.JSON file:

{
"ICAPUsePOST":"1"
}

Default Value: 0 

Maximum Value: 4294967295

Cached: yes

Backup/Restore: yes

Service Restart required: Yes

See also:

KB11455, How do I prevent users from uploading malicious files to EFT?

KB11355, Which antivirus (AV) and data loss prevention (DLP) tools does the CIC module in EFT support?​