What is Prisma Cloud access token

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What is Prisma Cloud access token

Hi forks,

 

I'm new to Prisma Cloud and try to create  task definition in AWS ECS following "Prisma Cloud Administrator’s Guide
(Compute)", but  what is Prisma Cloud access token?

I found API token in console Manage > Authentication > User Certificates > API token. The Access token is different that API token right?

 

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https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/content/dam/techdocs/en_US/pdf/prisma/prisma-cloud/prisma-cloud-ad...


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Hi @SYokoyama2 

 

it looks like that the Admin Guide doesn't describe it. But i am happy to hear to found it. When the solution is good for you please close the threat and mark it as solved

 

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Torsten

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Hi @SYokoyama2 

 

You can access the Compute API with your Prisma Cloud user credentials. Note that only Prisma Cloud users with the System Admin role can access Compute. This can be used  for automated workflows, you’ll want to provision a service account with the minimum required permissions.

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Hi @tostern 

Thanks, but I still don't know what is my access-token. Where should I find my access-token? I already connect Compute API with my "API token".

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Hi @tostern 

 

Thanks for the reply. I happened to find "access token"  under compute > system > Prisma Cloud Intelligence Stream.

It seems to what I want to find. I'm not sure why the following guide doesn't describe where I can find "access token".

 

https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/content/dam/techdocs/en_US/pdf/prisma/prisma-cloud/prisma-cloud-ad...

 

Regards,

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Hi @SYokoyama2 

 

it looks like that the Admin Guide doesn't describe it. But i am happy to hear to found it. When the solution is good for you please close the threat and mark it as solved

 

Regards,

Torsten

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Hi @tostern 

 

Sure, thank you for your help!

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