Use this page to filter users according to their Google credentials.
Navigation: SERVICES > Authentication > Google.
|Google Sign-In button||Displays a button for the users to click so that Google user credentials stored locally in a cookie can be used to authenticate with the login page instead.|
|Approved domains||The list of domains from which you want to accept logins and apply filters based on groups membership. Users from non-approved domains that log into their Chromebooks using their Google credentials are placed in the Unauthenticated IPs group and filtered accordingly.|
|Remove domain name||Enable this if usernames don't need a domain to log into the local directory server, for example, Active Directory.|
|Validate user identity||Enable this option to use the Google authentication service to confirm the identity of the user. This parameter is only used where the Google OAuth service is used.|
|Connect for Chromebooks||Turns on Connect for Chromebooks so that users can log in using their Connect for Chromebooks credentials.|
The Client Login page is presented to the Chromebook over SSL. The Chromebooks needs to validate the HTTPS certificate. To do this, you must download the HTTPS certificate, and upload it to Google's Admin console. Open the Google Admin console in a new window to change the user-facing HTTPS certificate used for Connect for Chromebooks, refer to the User interface page.
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