G Suite SSO is Google's solution for providing users the ability to use their G Suite credentials to sign in to enterprise cloud applications via Single Sign-On.
In case your company is using G Suite to manage domain access you can connect Gtmhub with G Suite and automatically onboard all your users to Gtmhub.
What does it do?
- Automatically create Gtmhub users from your G Suite
- When user is removed from G Suite it will also be removed from Gtmhub
- Map G Suite roles to Gtmhub roles
- Allow users to login to Gtmhub with their G Suite credentials
In order to be able to connect Gtmhub with your G Suite instance you will need following:
- Have to be in admin role of your Gtmhub account
- G Suite admin rights to approve Gtmhub's request to read your user's profiles
- Log in to Gtmhub
- Navigate to Settings (the gear icon on the top right corner) > Configuration view > Single Sign On
- From the dropdown select G Suite Single Sign On (SSO)
Note: If you don't see Active Directory section it means your edition of Gtmhub does not support G Suite SSO (contact us for more info at [email protected]m)
- Enter your G Suite domain and click Test connection button
- If the domain is valid and connection was successful you will see the following screen
- Now you need to give Gtmhub rights to read your G Suite users directory. To do so click on the Open confirmation screen button.
- If you are administrator of your company's G Suite account will be able to approve the connection. Otherwise please give the generated link to someone who has the necessary permissions. When on the screen similar to the one below, hit the Allow button.
Once the connection has been successfully established, you will see your G Suite SSO connection in Gtmhub.
Optionally, you can go here and map your G Suite roles with Gtmhub roles. For example, you could decide that G Suite role "admin" maps to Gtmhub role "admin".