To allow Perch to work with your Webroot configuration, we will need several key pieces of information:
All of these can be found or created by logging in to your Webroot Anywhere account.
To access the Webroot API, Perch will need a Client ID and Secret Key that identifies Perch as a valid access point. You can generate this information from your Webroot Anywhere dashboard by going to Settings, and selecting API Access in the submenu.
To generate a new key pair,
Once Webroot has created the key and secret for you, it will be displayed. NOTE: This is the only time you will be able to see your secret key, so be sure to copy it down somewhere safe. If you lose it, you will need to regenerate it and provide the new key to Perch to continue using your integration.
The Parent Keycode can be found in Settings, under Account Information. You will need this code to configure your Perch Integration.
From your Organizations settings page,
Once the credentials have been verified, configure and enable the log collection by selecting a site from the dropdown menu and toggling log collection on (the switch should be purple).