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SBS 2011 to Google Apps Migration and Single Sign-On

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Client wants to move to Google Apps for their email from SBS 2011. They have 170 plus mailboxes. I'm trying to figure out the URL for SSO so that I don't have to manually set all 170+ passwords.

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I have VERY LIMITED experience with gmail but I do know that it is a separate app that you have to add to you account to enable the SSO service. If you look at this link and info read the section on SSO Enabled domains and they have a link there as to where to sign on--if it takes you to another sign on it means your domain is not SSO Enabled yet. https://support.google.com/a/answer/182076. This link may help you with some additional information but my guess you already know most of this. https://support.google.com/a/answer/60224?hl=en
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If you setup Google Apps Directory Sync and Goigle Apps Password Sync, free with Google Apps for Business/government/education, you will need to do a global pw change for the initial sync.

Some third party solutions avoid this issue.
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Unfortunately, you can't actually sync passwords going unless you have a third party app (of which I haven't discovered).

The Password Sync only syncs passwords that have changed since the implementation, not ones that are currently in use.
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