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SSO with Google Apps?

  • Hello,

    I just noticed that my Google Apps domain allow single-sign on. Is there a way to enable BuddyPress to work with my Google Apps domain SSO? Is there any tutorial around?

    I want to create a closed-user Buddy Press site where only the users from my Google Apps domain can log-in. Is this possible?

    Thanks in advance =)

    P.

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  • The question is, is there any way to use Google Apps with WordPress. BuddyPress doesn’t touch any user authentication parts. Good idea, let us know what you find out

    Well, I was wondering if anyone knows of a plug-in / tutorial that would work with Google’s SSO. The Google SSO for Google Apps allow a lot of configuration that I am not sure of:

    * Sign-in page URL (text field) – URL for signing in to your system and Google Apps
    * Sign-out page URL (text field) – URL to redirect users to when they sign out
    * Change password URL (text field) – URL to let users change their password in your system

    * Verification certificate (a file upload option)
    - The certificate file must contain the public key for Google to verify sing-in requests

    * Use a domain specific user (check box)
    - This must be checked if your domain users an IDP Agreegator to handle SAML requests
    - If enabled, the issuer value sent in the SAML request will be google.com/a/ instead of simply google.com

    * Network masks (text field)
    - Network masks determine which addresses will be affected by single sign-on. If no masks are specified, SSO functionality will be applied to the entire network.
    - Use a semicolon to separate the masks. Example: (64.233.187.99/8; 72.14.0.0/16)
    - For ranges, use a dash. Example: (64.233.167-204.99/32)
    - All network masks must end with a CIDR.

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