Torii integrates with Google Workspace (G Suite) and syncs the user list, licenses, 3rd party application list, 3rd party permissions, and usage data. Google Workspace integration is an OAuth connection.


In order for Torii to sync Google Workspace data, API Access must be enabled on Google Workspace. See the following guide provided by Google: Enable API access in the Admin console.


Your Google Workspace account can be integrated as "Read-Only" in order for you to see your Google Workspace data within Torii or "Read/Take Action" in order to create workflows and take action directly through Torii.


In case you choose to connect Google Workspace for "Read-only", Torii will require the following permissions:

NOTE: Google documents that a Google Super Administrator user is required to read licenses data in their Google's access control policy:

"License Management — This privilege works only in the Admin console and authorizes only super admins to use the License Manager API."

However, we found that creating a dedicated admin role that is not a Super Administrator does allow for reading the License management.

If you have created a dedicated Super Admin user for the integration, make sure you log in with that user and accept any Google Terms of Service. Without accepting the Terms of Service, Torii's access will be limited.

Read and take actions

In case you choose to connect Google Workspace for "Read and take actions" you will grant Torii the following permissions:

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