Be sure to complete step 1 of the tutorial and create (or update) a user.
Before sending each request in Postman, go to the Authorization tab, enter the username and password of your user, then click Update Request.
Next, create an environment in Postman. Click the sprocket icon next to the environment list, then click Manage Environments. Then add a new environment, and setup one variable called "hostname" with a value of the IP address or hostname of your Prime Infrastructure server. Be sure to click the add button then select this environment in the dropdown. After you finish, you should have something like this.
Lastly, since your Prime Infrastructure server has an untrusted self-signed certificate (unless a trusted certificate has been installed) be sure to visit the Prime Infrastructure server in your browser and click past the security warning. Otherwise, Postman requests may fail.
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