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  1. Hello, I need help in creating a TCP listening server to accept a JSON HTTP POST from a remote server. I can do everything accept parse the JSON POST request. To elaborate - ScreenConnect/ConnectWise has the ability to create triggers and send information VIA an HTTP request. I wish it would just send it in plain text over TCP with the http request but it will not. So when the trigger fires, it will send the HTTP POST request to the URL I tell it to. What I have tried - I have tried the "Pure Autoit Webserver" but it I am not sure how to alter it to accept Json POST. I have also tried just running the Example TCP server and listen for the connection. It does work and it does show information received but it does not show the data I need. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks!
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