Setting Up HENNGE Access Control (G Suite)

This article consists of the instructions on how to correctly setup Access Control so that it is fully functional within your G Suite domain environment. After completing this setup, you will be able to start using the features of HENNGE Access Control such as Single Sign-on, user account management, password policy settings, access policy settings and more.

Step 1 - Log in to your Access Control Admin Console

https://ap.ssso.hdems.com/admin/yourdomain

Step 2 - After logging in to the Admin Console, please click on "Connected Services" as shown as below.

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Please look for "Gmail" and click on "Download" to download the .cert file that will be used later in the setup.

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Step 3 - Please log on to the Google Admin Console with your Google Administrator account. 

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Then, click on "Security" as shown as below.

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Step 4 - In the "Security" settings interface and click on "API reference".

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Step 5 - In the "API reference" settings, check the option "Enable API access". Then, click "Save".

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Step 6 - Next, in the "Advanced settings", click on "Manage API client access".

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Step 7 - In the "Manage API client access" interface, input the details below into the "Client Name" and "One or More API Scopes".

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Client Name : [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

One or More API Scopes : [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

Step 8 - Please repeat Step 7 with the second set of details in your Connection Settings document.

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Client Name : [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

One or More API Scopes : [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

By the end of Step 7 and Step 8, you will have two Authorized API clients.

Step 9 - Please return to "Security" interface and click on "Set up single sign-on (SSO) with a third party IdP" 

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Step 10 - Please scroll to the bottom part of the "Set up single sign-on (SSO)", first Check the "Setup SSO with third party identify provider" option. In "Verification certificate", choose the "Server Certification" you have downloaded from your Access Control Admin Console in Step 2 and upload it. Then, fill in the details accordingly with the details below for "Sign-in page URL", "Sign-out page URL", and "Change password URL". 

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Sign-in Page URL: [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

Sign-out Page URL: [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

Change password URL: [Please refer to your Connection Settings document that we have provided]

Next, check the "Use a domain specific issuer" option. Finally, click "Save" to complete the entire Access Control Setup. 

 
          
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