After G Suite synchronization has been enabled, a full sync is automatically performed once per night. During the day, incremental synchronizations occur in response to any user data updates in G Suite. This includes everything except group membership changes (due to a limitation in the G Suite API). If you need to force a full update during the day, select the Force Synchronization button. Alternately, editing a user in G Suite (e.g., editing one of their user attributes) will cause their group memberships to be immediately synced to HelloID.
To get started, go to Directory > Google G Suite.
Google G Suite - Overview
NOTE: See Enable or disable G Suite synchronization for complete setup instructions.
- Client ID
This field expects the Client ID value from your OAuth web app registration in the Google Cloud Platform console.
- Client Secret
This field expects the Client Secret value from your OAuth web app registration in the Google Cloud Platform console.
- Domain Validation ID
This field expects the name of the HTML verification file supplied by Google Webmaster Central, after providing your Domain Verification URL.
- Redirect URI
Used to complete your OAuth web app registration in the Google Cloud Platform console.
- Domain Verification URL
Used to verify HelloID in Google Webmaster Central.
The drop down must be set to Customer, and the text field expects the Customer ID the from Google Admin console.
- Use Hard Delete
Works the same as the user hard delete feature for Active Directory.
- Authentication status
Red when synchronization is disabled; green when synchronization is enabled.
- Force Synchronization
Immediately performs a full synchronization of users and groups from G Suite into HelloID.