Introduction
Using Zoom APIs
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Deprecated API Endpoints
put

/users/{userId}/status

Use this API to deactivate an active user or to reactivate a deactivated user. For user-level apps, pass the me value instead of the userId parameter.

An account owner or admins can deactivate as well as activate a user in a Zoom account. Deactivating a user will remove all licenses associated with a user. It will prevent the deactivated user from logging into their Zoom account. A deactivated user can be reactivated. Reactivating a user grants the user access to login to their Zoom account.

Scopes: user:write:admin, user:write
Rate Limit Label: Light

Authorization

oauth2 - authorizationCode

Request Parameters

1 Path Parameter

Request Body

User status.

1 Example
Schema
object

The action.

action
string

The action types:
activate - Activate a deactivated user.
deactivate - Deactivate a user.

2 validations + required

Responses

The 200 response.

Send a Test Request

Send requests directly from the browser (CORS must be enabled)
Path Params
1 path param not set
userId
$$.env
1 variable not set
oauth_access_token