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Google Apps Password Sync / AD Remote Loader


Hi Everyone,

So we are migrating to Google Apps, and we deciding to go with the
native Google Apps driver or using the GADS/GAPS. I'm trying to get the
GAPS software running on the remote loader, to see if I can capture
passwords from over from our driver to the remote loader. Has anyone
done this before?

The reason why it's on the remote loader is because we don't change
passwords in Active Directory, we are using the SSPR on our vault, then
synchronizing to Active Directory. I know about the method of pulling
out the password and storing them in SHA1/MD5 alternate attributes. I
don't really want to go down this route.

Any suggestions?

Thanks. Eric.


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Re: Google Apps Password Sync / AD Remote Loader

On Mon, 03 Dec 2012 20:34:02 +0000, EricVeysey wrote:

> So we are migrating to Google Apps, and we deciding to go with the
> native Google Apps driver or using the GADS/GAPS


The IDM driver for Google rocks. I did our (NIU) entire migration to
Google, from initial development through to production, in four days. The
migration, creating the accounts in Google, took about a week, but I was
on vacation while the driver was busy doing that; it was done by the time
I got back.

GADS/GAPS - sorry, no idea. Haven't used it. Don't know what it is.
Certainly not something we here in the NetIQ forums are going to be able
to help you with.


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Re: Google Apps Password Sync / AD Remote Loader


Thanks Dave!

I agree that the Google Driver rocks, I'm hoping to implement it rather
than the GADS/GAPS provided by Google. Although I can confirm that the
GAPS tool does pick up password sent from the driver to the remote
loader in Active Directory.

Eric.



dgersic;222944 Wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Dec 2012 20:34:02 +0000, EricVeysey wrote:
>
> > So we are migrating to Google Apps, and we deciding to go with the
> > native Google Apps driver or using the GADS/GAPS

>
> The IDM driver for Google rocks. I did our (NIU) entire migration to
> Google, from initial development through to production, in four days.
> The
> migration, creating the accounts in Google, took about a week, but I
> was
> on vacation while the driver was busy doing that; it was done by the
> time
> I got back.
>
> GADS/GAPS - sorry, no idea. Haven't used it. Don't know what it is.
> Certainly not something we here in the NetIQ forums are going to be
> able
> to help you with.
>
>
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> David Gersic
> dgersic_@_niu.edu
> Knowledge Partner
> http://forums.netiq.com
>
> Please post questions in the forums. No support provided via email.



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