If an application uses the service account to authenticate, that application can no longer call Google APIs or access Google Cloud resources. Existing access tokens for the service account are rejected, and requests for new access tokens will fail.
To re-enable the service account, use
serviceAccounts.enable. After you re-enable the service account, its existing access tokens will be accepted, and you can request new access tokens.
To help avoid unplanned outages, we recommend that you disable the service account before you delete it. Use this method to disable the service account, then wait at least 24 hours and watch for unintended consequences. If there are no unintended consequences, you can delete the service account with
The URL uses gRPC Transcoding syntax.
The resource name of the service account in the following format:
Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource
The request body must be empty.
If successful, the response body will be empty.
Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:
For more information, see the Authentication Overview.