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Single user and password authentication and SSO between SIS, LMS, Google Apps and Active Directory

Posted on 2014-04-21
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Hello,

i have multiple systems at my environment and i need to integration and make central management for users at these systems, so i need your advise and recommendation regarding to this case

i have AD and Google Apps installed but with no integration between them and LMS will be installed
again what is the best practice and if there is available scenarios and what soft wares do i need
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thanks Shaik for your replay, but this is sync with Google apps only and i have different systems and need to centralize the management of users and paswords
so i'm looking for scenarios to adopt one of them at my college
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Check if your SIS and LMS can use Google 0Auth for identity management, if so, Google Apps becomes the system of record for identity management.

If not, you can sync everything to Active Directory, go with a cloud-based identity management system, or a third party single sign-on (SSO) service/solution.
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