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With OAuth enabled, you can make authenticated API 1.0 and 1.5 requests without the need of a password. This creates a token that can be passed with every API call and can be disabled at any time from the the API Credentials tab under Account Settings.
Follow the steps below to enable OAuth:
Note: The hostname of the "Token Enpoint (API 1.5)" may vary between RightScale accounts depending on the geographical region in which each account is hosted. Make sure to use the correct endpoint for your account when making API request, both OAuth and otherwise.
"Enable" enables OAuth for your account and generates a valid token. This token does not expire until it is "disabled" which will make the previous token invalid. The next time it is "enabled," a new token will be generated.
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