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|Using Google API service account get all domain users' calendar list|
Use only this :
f = open('PK12_File', 'rb')
key = f.read()
http = httplib2.Http()
http = credentials.authorize(http)
return build('calendar', 'v3', http=http)
|Google Calendar API v3 domain wide delegated service account on PHP|
$cred = new Google_Auth_AssertionCredentials(
Tell Google who is the person you want to impersonate, and then you
will be able to operate everything of google calendar for this user.
|Retrieve the list of users in a Google Apps Domain with a non-admin account|
Depends on what you think an admin account is.
Long ago the user roles were just "regular" and "admin". Now you can
choose from a fine-grained set of permissions and define a role name
for them. "Superadmin" is now a built-in role that has every
So, if you define a role which can retrieve the user list and assign
it to a user I wouldn't call it an admin account.
You need to
|Having EKCalendarChooser Issues Only When a Single Calendar Account is Present|
I had the same problem.
After a lot of "trial and error" I figured out,
that EKCalendarChooser must be the root view controller of an
EKEventStore *eventStore = [[EKEventStore alloc] init];
EKCalendarChooser *calendarChooser = [[EKCalendarChooser alloc]
|Powershell - Invoke command access denied while not running under domain admin account|
You should probably read up on PSSessionConfiguration before you do
this, so you understand the implications, starting with
First, create a domain group called 'RODC PowerShell Users'. Put
yourself in it, wait for replication, log off and on again. Check
that you're in this group.
Second, from an elevated shell on the RODC, run this: