vgalino Absent Member.
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Novell Service Desk 7.0.2, Configure Google Social

Hello

I Want to configure my clients to enter directly with the google account.

On the configuration -> configuration -> sso

sso configure -> disables (i understand its not needed because i want social)
social -> google -> enable

I Have configured the LDAP on configuration -> configuration LDAP. I Have a group for the clients, but i am entering the clients manually on the Service Desk.

I Create and account on User -> User -> Clients . Name is vgalino@gmail.com .

On Configuration -> Configuration -> Priveleges -> on LDAP / AD i have enabled "Include Client and Mixed mode" (now i don t have any clientes on the ad group, but its possible on a future i works with this). Mixed mode is enabled


I Have the button on google authentication, but i can not enter with the account of google...Nothing happens.

Question is. ¿ its correctly configured the Google autentication ?. or i need to do something more.


Thanks in advance
Regards
Victor
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vgalino Absent Member.
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Re: Novell Service Desk 7.0.2, Configure Google Social

Hello.

I Solved the problem.


Connect with the client user to the service Desk. I Go to the client portal. Go to profile, and i changue the password . The password is now the same i have on google gmail.

Close, and enter with the google authentication button on the novell service desk, and they works¡¡¡

Regards
Victor
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