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Google Apps SSO and Active Directory

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Hi Experts
Our school will commence using Google Apps for Education this coming September.  All staff and students have been synced on Apps with our AD using the GADS tool.

I would now like to to have a SSO between Apps and AD.  I'm not a programmer however. Is there an off-the-shelf solution you might recommend?

Thank you in advance  -
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Thanks for the tip.  Will review and revert
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