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    Sébastien Goulet

    In Step 2, in Creating Customer Tenant Service Account, you mention : Paste the client ID and add the required scopes.

    Which Client ID must we enter? The one provided in the guide's screenshot? Or the one generated when we created the JSON file?

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    Anne Kohler

    Hello Sébastien Goulet,

    I apologize for the confusion! The client ID is the one in the screenshot, but I had the article updated so that it is now information that can be copied and pasted. I hope this helps!

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    Sébastien Goulet

    Is it normal that the Client ID does not match the one in the screenshot?

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    Anne Kohler

    Hi Sébastien,

    I actually had not noticed that! Normally we try to get new screenshots when the Client ID changes. That one must have been missed. I'll submit a ticket now to get that screenshot replaced.

    Thanks for checking!

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    Anne Kohler

    To follow up on my previous comment, apparently I had been misinformed. I apologize! The Client ID, in this new process, is actually unique to every service account that gets created. So the KM team has updated the instructions to reflect that, and make sure that the Client IDs are no longer showing in the screenshots. We all apologize for the confusion!

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    Greg Mayer

    Right off the bat - I'm lost.  "Follow the “Create the service account” steps from Google here: Create a service account" doesn't work at all.   I have been successful at all my previous BitTitan migrations but now this API stuff is making me run in circles for hours.  Did Google change something then change all their pages too? None of the IAM + Api stuff is where it should be in libraries

     

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    Anne Kohler

    Hi Greg,

    There have been several changes to the instructions.  We have a new set being verified right now and those should be up really soon.  I'm pushing for tomorrow to get those updated.  The IAM & Admin menu should take you to the Service Accounts.  If you set that up, then copy the Unique ID to a notepad or something, then in a new tab, go to the G Suite Admin page (admin.google.com), where you can add the scopes and the Unique ID in Security>Advanced Settings>Manage API Client Access.  Once that is authorized, then assign the role of Owner to the new service account that was created and download the key as a JSON. That JSON will be used when you set up the Destination endpoint.  That's the really (REALLY) short version of the new steps.  But we will have the new version up soon.  

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    Benjamin Kjellberg

    Hi Anne,

    I need to get one of these migration going ASAP. Do you have an ETA on the updated information? I am seeing a warning about the contacts API no longer being in use. Also I need to verify that this process will be able to convert sheets to excel documents in the transition to 365/One drive.

    Thanks,

    Ben

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    Anne Kohler

    Hi Benjamin,

    The steps were updated last night, so you should be seeing the new steps.  If you follow the steps as written, and are still getting an error or having trouble, please reach out to our Support engineers.  They can help you get your endpoint set up.

     

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