After your API subscription is enabled, your organization's API key is initially provisioned by Zscaler, enabled, and displayed within the API Key Management page along with the base URI. From this page, you can perform the following tasks:
Your API key can be disabled by Zscaler or your service provider. The key might be disabled if your organization exceeds the threshold number of API calls allowed or the code developed for your organization violates Zscaler's terms and conditions.
If this occurs, the ability to add, regenerate, or delete the key is removed and a Disabled status appears.
You must contact Zscaler Support or your service provider in order to re-enable the key.
If your cloud service API subscription expires, you will still have access to the API Key Management page but you will not be able to make any modifications. Also, your existing API key will still be valid but disabled. It will be re-enabled after your subscription is renewed. If this occurs, contact Zscaler Support.
To add a new organization API key:
The new API key is immediately valid and displayed in the Organization API Key tab.
To edit the organization API key:
The Edit API Key window appears.
After confirmation, the old API key is immediately invalidated.
To regenerate the organization API key:
After confirmation, a random key string is immediately generated and the old string is invalidated.
To delete the organization API key:
After confirmation, the key is immediately removed and invalidated.