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Sync Active Directory Password with Google Apps working I started a long journey of setting up google apps for an organization and found out the hard way that when you synchronize accounts using googles apps directory sync tool (GADS). http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=106368 That passwords, are not synced. The full reason for this is explained at the end of this article. It’s long whinded and there be dragons.
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Google Apps allows website administrators to offer their users co-branded versions of a variety of personalized Google applications, such as Gmail. This document describes the Google Apps Provisioning API, which enables application developers to programmatically enable access to these applications. Specifically, the API provides functions for creating, retrieving, updating and deleting user accounts with one or more domains, nicknames, email aliases, organization units, and groups. This version of the Provisioning API follows the principles of the Google Data APIs . Google Data APIs are based on both the Atom 1.0 and RSS 2.0 syndication formats in addition to the Atom Publishing Protocol.
I wanted to follow up on some conversations we have been having about a good way to create and manage groups within the new Gmail system. As many of you are finding, creating groups can be tricky, and tedious, so with this email I hope to help with that. In Gmail, there are two ways to create groups. There is the slow way, and the slower way.
When you enable Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook® for your domain, your Global Address List in Google Apps automatically becomes available to each Google Apps Sync user in Microsoft Outlook®. This happens with no setup effort on your part as long as contact sharing is enabled in your Google Apps administrator control panel. Learn more about contact sharing .
Gmail lets you send messages with another of your email addresses listed as the sender instead of your Gmail address. This feature helps you manage multiple accounts from the Gmail interface; it works only if you already own the email account linked to the alternate address. To send mail from a different Gmail username, you'll first need to sign up for that address. Select an option below for instructions on how to add your other addresses to your Gmail account.
Follow the steps below to setup Google Sync on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Requirements and Backing Up Data Google Sync is only supported on Apple iOS versions 3.0 and above. If you're on an earlier version, update iOS before setting up Google Sync. Check your Safari cookies settings to see if it is set to "From Visited" or "Always". If it's set to "Never", you're more likely to be prompted to solve a CAPTCHA.
The Google Apps Connector for BES is a free application that enables you to integrate a BES server with the Premier or Education Google Apps services, enabling push-based bi-directional synchronisation of Email, Contacts and Calendar data between your Google mailbox and a BlackBerry smartphone.
You have the following options for migrating email... Administrators/Server side options Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange (for IMAP and Microsoft Exchange, Google Apps for Business and Education only). Recommended for Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 and 2007, as well as any RFC 3501-compliant IMAP servers, like Novell Groupwise, Cyrus, Courier, or Dovecot. Migrate mail to Google Apps for IMAP and Microsoft Exchange mail servers. On Microsoft Exchange, you can also migrate personal contacts and calendars.
For me, one of the advantages of Google Apps over Live@Edu is the simplicity of the tool used to automatically provision user accounts based on your Active Directory. While Live@Edu requires you to use the complicated Identity Lifecycle Manager (which consumes significant server resources), Google Apps Directory Sync can be run on the bare minimum of hardware and takes only a very short time to set up. When used in conjunction with the sha1hexfltr program, you can not only synchronise the user account data, but also the user’s password, ensuring the user does not have to remember two different passwords for their standard computer logon and their Google Apps account. Unfortunately, the way it does so is not the exactly most secure method in the world.
Organizations that own multiple Internet domains can associate their domains with a single Google Apps account and manage them from a single Google Apps administrator control panel. Users from different domains preserve their original email addresses, but all users are on the organization's global address list, and all users can share calendars, Google Drive files, Sites, and videos with anyone in the entire organization. For example, Acme Corp is an apparel company that has acquired multiple brands. Internally, Acme Corp wants to manage its users as one organization, so all employees can share documents and calendars. When its brand spokesmen interact with people outside the company, they want to use email addresses with their individual brand identity. ( Learn more )
PJWSTK is using Active Directory for managing users. We’re migrating from our own mail server to Google Apps, so we needed SSO for authentication. Here it is quick HOWTO: What do I use: Windows 2003 / 2008 server ESX server Virtual machine with Debian Lenny 64 bit (it should have >= 1GB) Google Apps Education Account Static IP and FQDN (Fully qualified domain name – for example opensso.example.net) for Linux box Google Apps Directory Sync – you’ve got to sync your domain accounts with Google
Google Apps is a service provided by Google. If you have a Premier Edition Google Apps account, you can enable access to Google web applications such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Google Video, to name just a few, to users in your enterpise domain. Use this workflow to integrate Google Apps with OpenSSO in a single sign-on environment.
Google Apps offers an OpenID API that allows end users to securely sign in to third party web sites using their Google Apps user account. The OpenID standard frees users from having to set up separate login accounts for different web sites--and conversely, frees web site developers from the task of managing login information and security measures. OpenID achieves this goal by providing a framework in which users can establish an account with an OpenID provider, such as a Google Apps hosted domain, and use that account to sign into any web site that accepts OpenIDs.
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is an XML standard that allows secure web domains to exchange user authentication and authorization data. Using SAML, an online service provider can contact a separate online identity provider to authenticate users who are trying to access secure content. Google Apps offers a SAML-based Single Sign-On (SSO) service that provides partner companies with full control over the authorization and authentication of hosted user accounts that can access web-based applications like Gmail or Google Calendar. Using the SAML model, Google acts as the service provider and provides services such as Gmail and Start Pages.