Google Workspace: Set up and find SSO configuration information

Learn to set up and find the correct information to configure single sign-on for your Engagement Cloud account using Google Workspace.

Before you start

This article is part of a process. Read the article Set up Single Sign-On (SSO) for your account in conjunction with this article.

Step 1: Create a new Google Cloud Project

1. In Google Workspace, go to your Google Cloud Platform projects list.
2. Select +CREATE PROJECT.
3. For Project name, enter a name for your project.

Use a name that's easy to identify, like dotdigital or Engagement Cloud.

4. If you want to publish an app listing privately to a domain, under Organization, choose the organization that needs access to the app.
5. Select Create.

Step 2: Create a client ID and client secret

  1. Go to https://console.developers.google.com/apis/credentials.
  2. Select +CREATE CREDENTIALS, then OAuth client ID.
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  3. Google might ask you to create a product name. If so, select Configure consent screen, and enter any requested information.
    For the product name, use a name that's easy to identify, like dotdigital or Engagement Cloud.
  4. For Application type, select Web application.
  5. For Authorised JavaScript origins, enter the URI https://login.dotdigital.comand repeat to add the URI https://login-sso.dotdigital.comalso.
  6. For Authorised redirect URIs, enter the URI https://login.dotdigital.com/Sso/Authenticateand repeat to add the URI https://login-sso.dotdigital.com/Sso/Authenticatealso.
  7. Select Create. You now see your new credentials.
  8. Copy the client ID and client secret, and save them for later.
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Step 3: Authorise your domain

1. Using the side-menu, go to OAuth consent screen.
2. For User type, select Internal.
3. For Authorized domains, enter dotdigital.com.
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4. Select SAVE AND CONTINUE.


Step 4: Copy the Well-known endpoint

The Well-known endpoint for Google Workspace is https://accounts.google.com/.well-known/openid-configuration. Copy this endpoint and save it for later.

Next steps

You now have all the information you need to set SSO up on your account.

 

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