OAuth tokens OAuth tokens provide authentication to allow access to restricted resources on the ServiceNow instance. Related ConceptsOAuth setupOAuth authorization code grant flowOAuth parametersOAuth APIs Manage OAuth tokens Open OAuth tokens to provide access to restricted resources. Before you beginRole required: any user or admin About this taskOnly the tokens that the instance issues are available, not the tokens that the instance can receive to access third-party resources. Procedure Navigate to one of the following menu options: Self-Service > My Connected Apps to see the tokens that the instance created when you granted access to a resource on the instance. System OAuth > Manage Tokens to see all tokens. Only administrators can access this module. Click the Name to open the token. Click Revoke Access to prevent access to the restricted resource. You can also view other information about the token, including the scope it allows access to and the expiration date. Revoke an OAuth token You might want to revoke an OAuth access or refresh token for security reasons. Before you beginRole required: admin About this task Revoking the token pertains to the situation where your instance acts as the OAuth resource server. You can revoke the token through a URL or by accessing the token in the instance. Procedure Access your instance using oauth_revoke_token.do and append the access or refresh token. For example: https://[Your_ServiceNow_Instance]:[port]/oauth_revoke_token.do?token=[access or refresh token] without the brackets [ ]. Result This endpoint access does not require authentication. The token in this request is marked as expired.