Hello, let me start with a little background...
- I have a Portal 10.3.1 environment, with an IIS web adaptor.
- Windows server.
- We use Windows Integrated Authorization (WIA) / Single Sign On
- We have been using WIA/single sign on successfully for all of our users.
However, I have just started to look into using portalpy for automating some administrative tasks and I am having troubles logging in via Python 2.7. I found some code from the samples to login to Portal and list all of the admin users. Unfortunately, I cannot connect. I keep getting the following error: "error: 14077410:SSL routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:sslv3 alert handshake failure"
I have done some reading online, and I have seen things about ssl3 and the Poodle virus, but I am unsure if that is related. Has anyone else dealt with this problem in your code?