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GoogleApps Driver provisioning to multiple domain alias


Hi all, I'm running a 4.0.1, build 20110327_1718 of GoogleApps Driver,
in a 8.8.6 (20601.18) eDirectory implementation.

The driver can manage multiple domains? In a scenario case, have a
primary GoogleApps domain (onedomain.com) and alias domains
(domaintwo.com, domain.three.com, domain.four.com.ar).

I need to take a user, assign the right to GoogleApps, and based on your
domain assigned in eDirectory, the connector creates the GoogleApps
account in that domain. How can make this? In the driver, I can assign a
primary domain, and N secondary domains, but how manage domain alias?

Thanks in advance.


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Re: GoogleApps Driver provisioning to multiple domain alias

On Thu, 03 Apr 2014 13:44:02 +0000, lferreras wrote:

> Hi all, I'm running a 4.0.1, build 20110327_1718 of GoogleApps Driver,
> in a 8.8.6 (20601.18) eDirectory implementation.
>
> The driver can manage multiple domains? In a scenario case, have a
> primary GoogleApps domain (onedomain.com) and alias domains
> (domaintwo.com, domain.three.com, domain.four.com.ar).


I don't think you can do that, at least not if I'm understanding your
configuration correctly. Google would see these as four different
domains, so you'd need four Google Apps drivers to manage them.

If you can consolidate these under a single domain, one GA driver can
manage the whole thing.


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