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Printing All Users

Syntax

gam print users [allfields] [custom all|list,of,schemas] [userview] [ims] [emails] [externalids] [relations] [addresses] [organizations] [phones] [licenses] [firstname] [lastname] [emailparts] [deleted_only] [orderby email|firstname|lastname] [ascending|descending] [domain] [query <query>] [fullname] [ou] [suspended] [changepassword] [agreed2terms] [admin] [gal] [id] [creationtime] [lastlogintime] [aliases] [groups] [todrive]

prints a CSV file of all users in the G Suite Organization. The CSV output can be redirected to a file using the operating system's pipe command (such as "> users.csv") see examples below. By default, the only column printed is the user's full email address. The optional argument allfields adds all fields (except groups which requires per-user API calls) to the CSV. The optional argument deleted_only prints only users deleted within the past 5 days. The optional custom argument adds custom schemas. If all is specified, all custom schemas will be included. Otherwise only those listed in a comma separated list will be included. The optional userview parameter returns only fields that are viewable by regular users and can be run even if GAM is authenticated against a regular user account. The optional licenses parameter includes a column for all SKUs assigned to each user. The optional query parameter should match the API search for users format. All other arguments add the respective additional column to the CSV output. Note that adding groups will require 1 additional call to Google's servers per user which will significantly increase the length of time for the command to complete. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Example

This example will generate the csv file users.csv showing with columns many fields

gam print users allfields > users.csv
Getting all users in the organization (may take some time on a large G Suite account)...

users.csv contains:
--
Email,Firstname,Lastname,Fullname,Username,OU,Suspended,SuspensionReason,ChangePassword,AgreedToTerms,DelegatedAdmin,Admin,CreationTime,LastLoginTime,Aliases,NonEditableAliases,ID,PhotoURL,IncludeInGlobalAddressList
jsmith@acme.com,Jon,Smith,Jon Smith,jsmith,/Sales,False,,False,True,False,False,2012-03-23T15:04:19.000Z,2013-05-06T16:02:36.000Z,,jsmith@acme-alias.gov,106100537778424449519,,True
--

Printing All Groups

Syntax

gam print groups [name] [description] [admincreated] [id] [aliases] [members] [owners] [managers] [settings] [todrive]

prints a CSV file of all groups in the G Suite domain. The CSV output can be redirected to a file using the operating system's pipe command (such as "> groups.csv") see examples below. By default, the only column printed is the Group email address. The optional arguments name, description, id and admincreated add the respective additional column to the CSV output. The optional arguments members, owners, managers and settings each perform 1 additional API call per group which may greatly increase the time it takes the command to complete. settings will add multiple columns for the groups advanced settings. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Examples

this example will output all details for all groups to the file groups.csv

gam print groups name description admincreated id aliases members owners managers settings > groups.csv

Print All Aliases

Syntax

gam print aliases [todrive]

prints a CSV file of all email aliases in the G Suite domain for both users and groups. The CSV output can be redirected to a file using the operating system's pipe command (such as "> nicknames.csv") see examples below. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Example

this example will output all nicknames to the file aliases.csv

gam print aliases > aliases.csv

Print All Organizational Units

Syntax

gam print orgs [name] [description] [parent] [inherit] [allfields] [todrive]

prints a CSV file of all organizational units in the G Suite account. The CSV output can be redirected to a file using the operating system's pipe command (such as "> orgs.csv") see examples below. By default, the only column output is "Path" (OUs full path). The optional argument allfields will include all possible fields in the CSV. The optional arguments name, description, parent and inherit add the respective additonal column to the CSV output. Only 1 call to Google's servers is done no matter which arguments are specified so the optional arguments should not significantly increase the time it takes for the command to complete. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Example

this example will output all organizations to the file orgs.csv including all optional columns

gam print orgs name description parent inherit > orgs.csv

Print All Resource Calendars

Syntax

gam print resources [description] [type] [allfields] [todrive]

prints a CSV file of all resource calendars in the G Suite account. The CSV output can be redirected to a file using the operating system's pipe command (such as "> resources.csv") see examples below. The optional arguments description and type add the respective additional column to the CSV output. The optional argument allfields will add all returned fields (including description and type) to the output. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Example

this example will output all resource calendars to the file resources.csv including all optional columns

gam print resources allfields > resources.csv

Print All Domains and Domain Aliases

Syntax

gam print domains [todrive]

Outputs CSV of all domains. The todrive parameter causes GAM to create a Google Spreadsheet of results rather than outputting a CSV.


Print Mobile Devices

Syntax

gam print mobile [query <query>] [basic|full] [orderby deviceid|email|lastsync|model|name|os|status|type] [ascending|descending] [todrive]

Prints all mobile devices connected to the G Suite instance. All fields are included in the CSV. The optional argument query specifies an optional query to limit output results. The format of the query parameter should match the Search format of the Control Panel. The basic and full arguments control the selection of fields that are output. The orderby and ascending/descending parameters determine how the CSV output is sorted. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Example

This example prints details on all mobile devices in the domain

gam print mobile

This example prints all of jsmith@acme.org's mobile devices

gam print mobile query "email:jsmith@acme.org"

Print Chrome OS Devices

Syntax

gam print cros [query <query>] [orderby location|user|lastsync|serialnumber|supportenddate] [ascending|descending] [todrive] [allfields|full|basic] [nolists] [listlimit <Number>] <CrOSFieldName>* [fields <CrOSFieldNameList>]

Print all Chrome OS devices enrolled in the G Suite instance. By default, the only column printed is the deviceId. The optional arguments allfields/full add all fields to the output; the optional argument basic adds some essential fields to the output. The <CrOSFieldName>* and fields <CrOSFieldNameList> arguments give you the ability to select the specific fields you want output. The optional parameter query specifies a query to perform, limiting the results to matching devices. The query format is described in Google's help article. The orderby and ascending/descending parameters determine sorting of CSV output. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

The full data for a Chrome OS device includes two repeating fields, recentUsers and activeTimeRanges, with multiple entries of two columns each that makes for a large number of columns in the CSV output. Use the listlimit <Number> argument to limit each of the repeating fields to <Number> entries of two columns each. The nolists argument eliminates these two fields from the output. Specifying either or both of recentusers or activetimeranges as a field includes the fields in the output, but there are only two columns per field per row; multiple rows are written to the CSV output to include all of the values. The listlimit <Number> argument limits the rows written to <Number>.

Example

This example prints basic data for all Chrome OS Devices enrolled in the domain.

gam print cros basic

This example prints all Chrome OS devices annotated as belonging to jsmith@acme.org

gam print cros query "user:jsmith@acme.org"

Print Chrome OS Device Activity

Syntax

gam print crosactivity [query <query>] [todrive] [times] [users] [start <yyyy-mm-dd>] [end <yyyy-mm-dd>]

Print information about Chrome OS device activity and recent users. Outputs one line per device per daily usage and one line per device with recent users. The optional parameter query specifies a query to perform, limiting the results to matching devices. The query format is described in Google's help article. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally. The optional times and users arguments specify whether only times or users should be output. By default, both times and users are included in the CSV output. The optional start and end date parameters specify the oldest and newest activity dates that should be included in the output, be default all dates returned by the API are included (usually max 14 entries).

Example

This example prints all Chrome OS activity times to a spreadsheet.

gam print crosactivity todrive

Print Licenses

Syntax

<ProductID> ::=
        Google-Apps|
        Google-Chrome-Device-Management|
        Google-Coordinate|
        Google-Drive-storage|
        Google-Vault|
        101001|
        101005|
        101031
<ProductIDList> ::= "(<ProductID>|SKUID>)(,<ProductID>|SKUID>)*"
<SKUID> ::=
        cloudidentity|identity|1010010001|
        cloudidentitypremium|identitypremium|1010050001|
        free|standard|Google-Apps|
        gafb|gafw|basic|gsuitebasic|Google-Apps-For-Business|
        gafg|gsuitegovernment|gsuitegov|Google-Apps-For-Government|
        gams|postini|gsuitegams|gsuitepostini|gsuitemessagesecurity|Google-Apps-For-Postini|
        gal|lite|gsuitelite|Google-Apps-Lite|
        gau|unlimited|gsuitebusiness|Google-Apps-Unlimited|
        gae|enterprise|gsuiteenterprise|1010020020|
        gsefe|e4e|gsuiteenterpriseeducation|1010310002|
        chrome|cdm|googlechromedevicemanagement|Google-Chrome-Device-Management|
        coordinate|googlecoordinate|Google-Coordinate|
        drive20gb|20gb|googledrivestorage20gb|Google-Drive-storage-20GB|
        drive50gb|50gb|googledrivestorage50gb|Google-Drive-storage-50GB|
        drive200gb|200gb|googledrivestorage200gb|Google-Drive-storage-200GB|
        drive400gb|400gb|googledrivestorage400gb|Google-Drive-storage-400GB|
        drive1tb|1tb|googledrivestorage1tb|Google-Drive-storage-1TB|
        drive2tb|2tb|googledrivestorage2tb|Google-Drive-storage-2TB|
        drive4tb|4tb|googledrivestorage4tb|Google-Drive-storage-4TB|
        drive8tb|8tb|googledrivestorage8tb|Google-Drive-storage-8TB|
        drive16tb|16tb|googledrivestorage16tb|Google-Drive-storage-16TB|
        vault|googlevault|Google-Vault|
        vfe|googlevaultformeremployee|Google-Vault-Former-Employee
<SKUIDList> ="<SKUID>(,<SKUID>)*"

gam print license|licenses|licence|licences [todrive] [(products|product <ProductIDList>)|(skus|sku <SKUIDList>)]

Print G Suite, Google Drive storage and Google Coordinate license assignments for the domain. The optional todrive argument will upload the CSV data to a Google Docs Spreadsheet file in the Administrators Google Drive rather than displaying it locally.

Example

This example gets all license assignments for the G Suite instance and uploads the spreadsheet to Google Docs.

gam print licenses todrive

Reports

Users Report

Syntax

gam report users [todrive] [date <yyyy-mm-dd>] [user <email>] [filter <filter terms>] [fields <included fields>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of current users. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional date parameter specifies when the report should be pulled for, when not specified, GAM pulls the most recently available report from Google. The optional user parameter specifies the email address of a single user whose data should be returned, by default all users in the G Suite instance are pulled. The optional filter parameter specifies search terms as described in Google's API documentation. The optional fields parameter specifies a comma-separated list of fields (columns) to be included in the output, if not specified all columns are returned. A list of account parameters can be found here

Example

This command will pull the most recently available users report and upload to drive.

gam report users todrive

This command will pull a list of users who have not logged in since the beginning of the year.

gam report users filter 'accounts:last_login_time<2013-01-01T00:00:00.000Z'

This command will pull a list of users and their usage of Drive and Gmail.

gam report users parameters accounts:drive_used_quota_in_mb,accounts:gmail_used_quota_in_mb

Domain Report

Syntax

gam report domain [todrive] [date <yyyy-mm-dd>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of aggregate user data across the G Suite instance (all users). The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional date parameter specifies when the report should be pulled for, when not specified, GAM pulls the most recently available report from Google.

Example

This example uploads to Google Drive the most recent domain report

gam report domain todrive

Drive Report

Syntax

gam report drive [todrive] [user <user email> [ip <ip address>] [start <start time>] [end <end time>] [event view|edit]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of Google Drive activities by users. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to documents viewed or edited by the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to just views or just edits.

Details.

Example

This example uploads to Drive a CSV of all doc actions.

gam report drive todrive

This example narrows the results down to actions performed by john@acme.com on Christmas Day (GMT).

gam report drive user john@acme.com start 12-25-2013T00:00:00.000Z end 12-25-2013T23:59:59.999Z

Admin Actions Report

Syntax

gam report admin [todrive] [user <user email>] [ip <ip address>] [start <start time>] [end <end time>] [event <event name>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of administrator activities for the G Suite domain. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to admin activities performed by the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to the given admin event type.

Details.

Example

This example uploads all recent admin changes to Google Drive.

gam report admin todrive

This example shows the admin activities of joe@schmo.com for 6/9/13 through 6/12/13 (GMT).

gam report admin todrive user joe@schmo.com start 06-09-2013T00:00:00.000Z end 06-12-2013T11:59:59.999Z

Calendar Actions Report

Syntax

gam report calendar [todrive] [user <user email>] [ip <ip address>] [start <start time>] [end <end time>] [event <event name>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of calendar activities for the G Suite domain. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to admin activities performed by the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to the given calendar event type.

Details.

This example shows the calendar activities of joe@schmo.com for 6/9/13 through 6/12/13 (GMT).

gam report calendar user joe@schmo.com start 06-09-2013T00:00:00.000Z end 06-12-2013T11:59:59.999Z

Group Actions Report

Syntax

gam report groups [todrive] [user <user email>] [ip <ip address>] [start <start time>] [end <end time>] [event <event name>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of group actions for the G Suite domain. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to group actions performed by the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to the given group event type.

Details.

Example

This example uploads all recent group changes to Google Drive.

gam report groups todrive

This example shows the group actions of joe@schmo.com for 6/9/13 through 6/12/13 (GMT).

gam report groups user joe@schmo.com start 06-09-2013T00:00:00.000Z end 06-12-2013T11:59:59.999Z

Login Audit Report

Syntax

gam report login [todrive] [user <user email>] [ip <ip address>] [start YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.000Z] [end YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.000Z] [event <event name>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of user login activities for the G Suite domain. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to login activities performed by the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to the given login event type.

Details.

Example

This example uploads all recent admin changes to Google Drive.

gam report login todrive

This example shows the login activities of joe@schmo.com.

gam report login todrive user joe@schmo.com

Mobile Audit Report

Syntax

gam report mobile [todrive] [user <user email>] [ip <ip address>] [start YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.000Z] [end YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.000Z] [event <event name>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of mobile device activities for the G Suite domain. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to mobile device activities associated with the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to the given mobile event type.

Details.

Example

This example uploads all recent mobile device activities to Google Drive.

gam report mobile todrive

OAuth Token Activities Report

Syntax

gam report token [todrive] [user <user email>] [ip <ip address>] [start YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.000Z] [end YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.000Z] [event <event name>]

Display or upload to Google Drive a CSV report of OAuth token activities for the G Suite domain. The optional todrive parameter specifies that the results should be uploaded to Google Drive rather than being displayed on screen or piped to a CSV text file. The optional user parameter narrows the results down to OAuth Token activities associated with the given user. The optional ip address parameter narrows results down to activities performed from the given IPv4 or IPv6 address. The optional start and end parameters narrow the results down to actions performed during the given period. The optional event parameter narrows the results down to the given token event type.

Details.

Example

This example uploads all recent OAuth Token activities to Google Drive.

gam report token todrive
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