Yes, updating the name is supported. Make sure to check the center
column of the documentation to determine what inputs are allowed by the
endpoint you're referencing. The right column, which you included a
screenshot of provides an example of a succ...
I'm not entirely sure I understand the issue you're describing, however
I can comment that bash doesn't have a great way to parse JSON. If
you're set on using bash, I'd recommend using jq, which makes parsing
JSON much easier.
The PATCH endpoint does not currently support the ability to update the
site of a device. The right column where you're referencing the site
element is the expected response to a PATCH request, not the request
itself. The center column defines allowa...
The ability to update computer records is implemented via the PATCH HTTP
method. The PUT method within the Classic API technically behaves like
PATCH where it updates only the fields you include within the request
body whereas a PUT should technicall...
I don't believe there's any intent or plans to provide an endpoint to
POST computer-inventory data. Devices must be enrolled to properly
communicate with the server, simply adding a device via the API would
not provide any device management capabilit...