Indicates the authorization token is VALID, but is not allowed to access the resource indicted. For example, a valid authorization token was provided, but was used on a resource that the authorization token cannot change or access. This typically means that your token contains either insufficient Permissions or you are asking for an Accessory IdAccessory Id - A unique non changing value to identify a particular Accessory. Accessory Id's are globally unique and are UUID v4 strings. A new Accessory Id is assigned by the servers when a device is associated to an account for the first time. If the same physical device is re-associated to the same account, it will receive the same Accessory Id again. If the same physical device is re-associated to a different account, it will receive a new Accessory Id. Example: 70e3e6f9-70c3-45b2-62e4-ace3d027988a, Account IdAccount Id - A unique non changing value to identify a particular Circle user account. Circle Account Id's are globally unique and are UUID v4 strings. The Account Id is not the same value as the Logitech Account Id found when introspecting an OAuth2 Authentication token. Example: 9385e6f9-70c3-45b2-62e4-ace3d027988a, or Activity IdActivity Id - A unique non changing value to identify a particular Activity within an Accessory event stream. The API uses a short ISO8601 based timestamp format (YYYYMMDDTHHMMSSZ) with everything represented server side as UTC+0 or "zulu" format. Activity Id's are the short Timestamp of the initial time of Activity creation. However, the Activities startTime value may be later than the value represented by the Activity Id due to trimming and video processing. Activity Id's are not globally unique, but are unique for a given Accessory Id. you don't own.
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