Before you configure your provisioning settings for G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps), you must sign in to your G Suite Admin console, and then select Domain Settings > User Settings and turn on Enable Provisioning API.
Note: enabling Provisioning for a G Suite application that is currently in production will NOT retroactively enable provisioning for users who are currently assigned to the application. This is because provisioning utilizes the External ID attribute, which is only populated when provisioning is enabled prior to users assignment. Unassigning these users from the application and then reassigning them once provisioning has been configured will successfully populate the External ID attribute.
To configure your provisioning settings for G Suite, perform the following steps:
- From the Administrator Dashboard, select Applications and then select G Suite from your applications list.
- Click the Provisioning tab and then click the Edit button.
- Select API Integration from the Settings column on the left of the page
- click Edit
- Enter you Google Apps API credentials, and click Test API credentials
Note: These credentials are your G Suite administrator username used to manage your G Suite domain and password. If your username is email@example.com, enter bob.
click To App in the Settings column to choose your G Suite provisioning features:
After you configure your provisioning settings and are ready to test them, make sure you have signed out of the Google user account with which you are testing provisioning.