To provision users in Google, you configure the Google Apps adapter, enable provisioning, and specify the attributes with which to provision users in Google.
Before you begin
You have configured the Google Apps provisioning adapter and enabled provisioning. See Configure the Google Apps Provisioning Adapter.
About this task
A list of Google attributes is available. For the attributes that you want to use, specify the attribute mapping. You can either map the attributes to VMware Identity Manager user attributes or enter other values.
The following attributes are required for users provisioned to Google. These attributes have default values.
- In the Google Apps Provisioning page, click the User Provisioning tab.
- Select the attributes with which to provision users in Google by setting values for them.
- Click the edit icon next to the attribute.
- Select or type a value.
The expressions in the drop-down list are the ones listed in the Identity & Access Management > Setup > User Attributes page. If you want to add any expressions to the list, add them to the User Attributes page. You can also type in a value directly.For some attributes, you can specify multiple values. Click the + icon at the top-right to add another value. For example, you can specify multiple phone numbers for the Phones attribute.
- Click Save.
- To delete an attribute mapping, click the delete icon next to the attribute.
Attributes without values are not used when users are provisioned in Google.
User provisioning is now configured. When you entitle a user to Google Apps, if the user does not exist in Google, the user will be created.
When you entitle a user to Google Apps, if you set the deployment type to Automatic, the user is provisioned immediately. If you set the deployment type to User-Activated, the user is provisioned when the user adds Google Apps to the Launcher page in the Workspace ONE portal.