The Google Verified Access API authenticates the legitimacy of the users of network services and facilitates the monitoring of their adherence to policy guidelines. The Google Admin console hosts the Verified Access feature that conveys communication to the API and a client-side chrome device. As such, it is mandatory to have a running Chrome extension on the intermediate device that communicates with the Google enterprise management platform. Prior to obtaining approval to deploy the Google Verified Access API, a developer must fill out a form through a link provided on the documentation homepage. A developer also must enroll the Chrome device for enterprise management, ensure the devise and the enterprise share domains, configure policies appropriately to be able to activate Verified Access feature, and provide project ID. The API sends requests and returns responses in JSON format.
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