Troubleshooting

JSON key file does not contain all of client_email, client_id, private_key, and type

If you see the above error when trying to load your Service Account JSON keyfile into the Service Account section of Settings -> Google Apps Login, most likely you have obtained the wrong JSON file for the Service Account. You have taken it from a different section of the Google Developers Console site.

Maybe you have taken it from the API Manager – by clicking the download icon in the screenshot below.

Incorrect JSON keyfile

Instead you need to click into the service account, and then click ‘Manage Service Accounts’.

Then you can only obtain the JSON file via the ‘Create Key’ option. This is in the Permissions section:

Correct Service Account JSON keyfile

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