Asps

An application-specific password (ASP) is used with applications that do not accept a verification code when logging into the application on certain devices. The ASP access code is used instead of the login and password you commonly use when accessing an application through a browser. For more information about ASPs and how to create one, see the help center.

For a list of methods for this resource, see the end of this page.

Resource representations

The following JSON template is used for ASP resources in the Directory API:

{
  "kind": "admin#directory#asp",
  "etag": etag,
  "codeId": integer,
  "name": string,
  "creationTime": long,
  "lastTimeUsed": long,
  "userKey": string
}
Property name Value Description Notes
codeId integer The unique ID of the ASP.
creationTime long The time when the ASP was created. Expressed in Unix time format.
etag etag ETag of the ASP.
kind string The type of the API resource. This is always admin#directory#asp.
lastTimeUsed long The time when the ASP was last used. Expressed in Unix time format.
name string The name of the application that the user, represented by their userId, entered when the ASP was created.
userKey string The unique ID of the user who issued the ASP.

Methods

delete
Delete an ASP issued by a user.
get
Get information about an ASP issued by a user.
list
List the ASPs issued by a user.

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