I've been trying to use OpenWSMAN to subscribe to events forwarded from a Windows Server machine, but I'm not having much success at the moment.
On the Windows Server 2008 box I have enabled "Configure the server address, refresh interval, and issuer certificate authority of a target Subscription Manager" under "Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Event Forwarding" in the Local Group Policy editor and added a "SubscrptionManager" as "Server=http://ubuntu.foo.local:5985/wsman,Refresh=10". I have attempted to run wseventsink on that address.
On my Ubuntu box running OpenWSMAN v2.6.2 I have been running wsman by doing the following:
The response that I have been getting back from Windows is "EventSourceUnableToProcess" because "The connectivity test from the push subscription source to the client failed".
When setting up a "Source Initiated Subscription" with a Windows 7 box instead of Linux, I have noticed that the Windows machines use a protocol "application/HTTP-Kerberos-session-encrypted", does OpenWSMAN support this when receiving events?
When testing with Linux, the Windows Server machine always wants to authenticate using mutual Kerberos regardless of the delivery-sec-mode that I set in OpenWSMAN.
Am I missing something here, do I need to write a compatible eventsink or should it be possible to receive events from a Windows machine using OpenWSMAN on Linux without anything special?