Can I give a user access to cloud storage who doesn't have a GCP account?

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Can I give a user access to cloud storage who doesn't have an account? I want this user to access the resource for a short span of time, Should he mandatorily have an account for this?
Nov 5 in GCP by Karan
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Yes, you could certainly do this. 

You can use the signed URLs, to give time-limited resource access to anyone in possession of the URL, regardless of whether they have a Google account. 

Signed URLs gives the user read, write, or delete access to that resource for a limited time. Anyone who knows the URL can access the resource until the URL expires. You specify the expiration time when you create the signed URL.

answered Nov 5 by Sirajul
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