I have a Python script which creates Map Tiles Package and shares in an AGOL .
This script I have it hosted on a server which has a security configuration that does not allow uploading files, unless the output ports are indicated.
Is it possible to configure output ports for the share package tool?
Could you provide the script? I assume it fails when you run it. What is the error?
From my understanding, any tool or script that shares data to AGOL involves a series of http calls until the process is completed.
The script is model builder with tools Share package.
This Python scripts works from another computer.
But when we make it work from this server, complete the task, but the package does not go up to AGOL.
This Package is probably blocked by the server's security settings.
I'd suggest running fiddler while attempting to run the script on that server, then see what exactly it's failing on so you know for sure. Download Fiddler Web Debugging Tool for Free by Telerik
I'm fairly positive your IT staff can validate specific extension types relevant to arcgis, grant your user name with special permissions, or create a new outbound rule on the firewall to achieve what you need. Is data theft a concern to your organization? If your outbound requests are over a secure connection and data theft is not a concern, then I don't think this level of security is necessary. (I know this may not be what your IT staff wants to hear)
I think this is a matter of access on the firewall that you will not be able to get around just using model builder or python. If you use fiddler and identify what https calls are failing, then you could at least report what outbound access you will need to your IT staff and see if they can grant that to you. Hope this helps.