Centrify for Google Chromebook Single Sign-On Configuration Guide
Google G Suite has become one of the most popular on-demand business software in the market and your organization took the plunge to migrate to Google G Suite. You need to assign licenses to your end users automatically, and give them single sign-on. You’re worried about Chrome Book device management and BYOD, and how to manage all that for on-premises apps and cloud apps, too. You’ve got a few questions, and are looking for answers. Without SSO user productivity is greatly affected, without Multi Factor Authentication the risk of exposing inappropriate access increases and without automated account provisioning / de-provisioning IT has to manage all accounts manually.
Fortunately, Centrify Identity Service (CIS) provides a solution. CIS for Google G Suite offers a complete, robust, and easy-to-use Active Directory (AD) or CIS Cloud Directory integration with Google G Suite, providing a seamless authentication experience for Google G Suite users and an easy to use intuitive Administrative interface for IT staff to automate the process of on- and off-boarding employees with day one productivity.
With CIS you can ensure that users have seamless access via single sign-on (SSO) and that their Google G Suite accounts are created, updated, and deactivated on an integrated cycle with the rest of the systems in IT.
Centrify Identity Service enables integration with any web application that also enables administrators to:
- SSO via SAML or CIS form fill to all Google G Suite: Gmail, Docs, Sites, Calendar, Analytics, etc.
- Provide secure SSO with Active Directory integration
- Automatically provision/de-provision users & apps by Active Directory group
- Demonstrate compliance through usage auditing
- Increase application ROI with seat-utilization reporting
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Centrify for Google G Suite offers a complete, robust, and easy-to-use Active Directory (AD) or Centrify Cloud Directory integration with Google G Suite providing a seamless authentication experience for Google G Suite users and an easy to use intuitive Administrative interface for IT staff to automate the process of on- and off-boarding employees with day one productivity.
With Centrify you can ensure that users have seamless access via single sign-on (SSO) and that their Google G Suite accounts are created, updated, and deactivated on an integrated cycle with the rest of the systems in IT.
Secure access to Google G Suite from any device. Enforce and update mobile security settings, and remotely lock or wipe devices. Lock the Centrify Mobile App with a passcode or fingerprint, and prevent unauthorized users from accessing your Google data. No separate software required.
The Google G Suite Deployment Guide covers…
- Preparing your Google G Suite and Google G Suite developer account
- Limiting access to certain Google G Suite based on Security Group
- Configuring automated account provisioning into Google G Suite
- Enabling Single Sign On in Google G Suite
- Provisioning new Users
- Integration with Active Directory
- Securing the Administrative Account for Google G Suite
One of the more anticipated features of the Centrify Identity Service 17.3 release is the ability to manage Windows 10 devices. This feature is currently in preview mode, but is available once enabled on your tenant. This post details the steps to enroll such a device into CIS. If you are interested in what administrators need to configure for Windows 10 mobile device management, please click here.
1. Under Settings, choose Connect to work or school.
2. Choose Connect
3. Enter your email address
4. This should locate your tenant in Centrify Identity Service. Enter your user name.
5. Enter your password
6. Choose an authentication method for multi-factor authentication
7. Respond to the challenge
8. You should see a success message, as below.
9. On the settings screen, you should see your work account similar to what is shown below
10. If you select the work account, you should see additional details similar to what is shown below
11. Log into your CIS tenant and select device tab. Your Windows 10 device is enrolled and should show here.
12. The Wipe Device and Unenroll Device actions should now be available.
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