» google_access_context_manager_access_levels

Replace all existing Access Levels in an Access Policy with the Access Levels provided. This is done atomically. This is a bulk edit of all Access Levels and may override existing Access Levels created by google_access_context_manager_access_level, thus causing a permadiff if used alongside google_access_context_manager_access_level on the same parent.

To get more information about AccessLevels, see:

» Example Usage - Access Context Manager Access Levels Basic

resource "google_access_context_manager_access_levels" "access-levels" {
  parent = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.access-policy.name}"
  access_levels {
    name   = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.access-policy.name}/accessLevels/chromeos_no_lock"
    title  = "chromeos_no_lock"
    basic {
      conditions {
        device_policy {
          require_screen_lock = true
          os_constraints {
            os_type = "DESKTOP_CHROME_OS"
          }
        }
        regions = [
    "CH",
    "IT",
    "US",
        ]
      }
    }
  }

  access_levels {
    name   = "accessPolicies/${google_access_context_manager_access_policy.access-policy.name}/accessLevels/mac_no_lock"
    title  = "mac_no_lock"
    basic {
      conditions {
        device_policy {
          require_screen_lock = true
          os_constraints {
            os_type = "DESKTOP_MAC"
          }
        }
        regions = [
    "CH",
    "IT",
    "US",
        ]
      }
    }
  }
}

resource "google_access_context_manager_access_policy" "access-policy" {
  parent = "organizations/123456789"
  title  = "my policy"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • parent - (Required) The AccessPolicy this AccessLevel lives in. Format: accessPolicies/{policy_id}

  • access_levels - (Optional) The desired Access Levels that should replace all existing Access Levels in the Access Policy. Structure is documented below.

The access_levels block supports:

  • name - (Required) Resource name for the Access Level. The short_name component must begin with a letter and only include alphanumeric and '_'. Format: accessPolicies/{policy_id}/accessLevels/{short_name}

  • title - (Required) Human readable title. Must be unique within the Policy.

  • description - (Optional) Description of the AccessLevel and its use. Does not affect behavior.

  • basic - (Optional) A set of predefined conditions for the access level and a combining function. Structure is documented below.

  • custom - (Optional) Custom access level conditions are set using the Cloud Common Expression Language to represent the necessary conditions for the level to apply to a request. See CEL spec at: https://github.com/google/cel-spec. Structure is documented below.

The basic block supports:

  • combining_function - (Optional) How the conditions list should be combined to determine if a request is granted this AccessLevel. If AND is used, each Condition in conditions must be satisfied for the AccessLevel to be applied. If OR is used, at least one Condition in conditions must be satisfied for the AccessLevel to be applied. Default value is AND. Possible values are AND and OR.

  • conditions - (Required) A set of requirements for the AccessLevel to be granted. Structure is documented below.

The conditions block supports:

  • ip_subnetworks - (Optional) A list of CIDR block IP subnetwork specification. May be IPv4 or IPv6. Note that for a CIDR IP address block, the specified IP address portion must be properly truncated (i.e. all the host bits must be zero) or the input is considered malformed. For example, "192.0.2.0/24" is accepted but "192.0.2.1/24" is not. Similarly, for IPv6, "2001:db8::/32" is accepted whereas "2001:db8::1/32" is not. The originating IP of a request must be in one of the listed subnets in order for this Condition to be true. If empty, all IP addresses are allowed.

  • required_access_levels - (Optional) A list of other access levels defined in the same Policy, referenced by resource name. Referencing an AccessLevel which does not exist is an error. All access levels listed must be granted for the Condition to be true. Format: accessPolicies/{policy_id}/accessLevels/{short_name}

  • members - (Optional) An allowed list of members (users, service accounts). Using groups is not supported yet. The signed-in user originating the request must be a part of one of the provided members. If not specified, a request may come from any user (logged in/not logged in, not present in any groups, etc.). Formats: user:{emailid}, serviceAccount:{emailid}

  • negate - (Optional) Whether to negate the Condition. If true, the Condition becomes a NAND over its non-empty fields, each field must be false for the Condition overall to be satisfied. Defaults to false.

  • device_policy - (Optional) Device specific restrictions, all restrictions must hold for the Condition to be true. If not specified, all devices are allowed. Structure is documented below.

  • regions - (Optional) The request must originate from one of the provided countries/regions. Format: A valid ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code.

The device_policy block supports:

  • require_screen_lock - (Optional) Whether or not screenlock is required for the DevicePolicy to be true. Defaults to false.

  • allowed_encryption_statuses - (Optional) A list of allowed encryptions statuses. An empty list allows all statuses. Each value may be one of ENCRYPTION_UNSPECIFIED, ENCRYPTION_UNSUPPORTED, UNENCRYPTED, and ENCRYPTED.

  • allowed_device_management_levels - (Optional) A list of allowed device management levels. An empty list allows all management levels. Each value may be one of MANAGEMENT_UNSPECIFIED, NONE, BASIC, and COMPLETE.

  • os_constraints - (Optional) A list of allowed OS versions. An empty list allows all types and all versions. Structure is documented below.

  • require_admin_approval - (Optional) Whether the device needs to be approved by the customer admin.

  • require_corp_owned - (Optional) Whether the device needs to be corp owned.

The os_constraints block supports:

  • minimum_version - (Optional) The minimum allowed OS version. If not set, any version of this OS satisfies the constraint. Format: "major.minor.patch" such as "10.5.301", "9.2.1".

  • os_type - (Required) The operating system type of the device. Possible values are OS_UNSPECIFIED, DESKTOP_MAC, DESKTOP_WINDOWS, DESKTOP_LINUX, and DESKTOP_CHROME_OS.

The custom block supports:

The expr block supports:

  • expression - (Required) Textual representation of an expression in Common Expression Language syntax.

  • title - (Optional) Title for the expression, i.e. a short string describing its purpose.

  • description - (Optional) Description of the expression

  • location - (Optional) String indicating the location of the expression for error reporting, e.g. a file name and a position in the file

» Attributes Reference

In addition to the arguments listed above, the following computed attributes are exported:

  • id - an identifier for the resource with format {{parent}}/accessLevels

» Timeouts

This resource provides the following Timeouts configuration options:

  • create - Default is 6 minutes.
  • update - Default is 6 minutes.
  • delete - Default is 6 minutes.

» Import

AccessLevels can be imported using any of these accepted formats:

$ terraform import google_access_context_manager_access_levels.default {{parent}}/accessLevels
$ terraform import google_access_context_manager_access_levels.default {{parent}}