SSO With Google
Last modified on April 13, 2023
This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to configure single sign-on (SSO) with Google. You already use Google to conveniently manage permissions to applications. After SSO configuration is complete, you’ll also be able to use Google to manage permissions to your Datasources.
- First, enable API access. From the Google Admin console, navigate to the Security tab. Under API reference, enable API access.
- Navigate to https://console.developers.google.com and click Create Project. On the New Project dialog, set the following:
- Project name: Give the project a name.
- Organization: Select strongdm.com.
- Location: Select strongdm.com.
- From the APIs & Services menu, select OAuth consent screen. Then select user type Internal and click Create.
- On the Edit app registration page, set the following (in addition to any required fields):
- App name: Enter StrongDM.
- Application home page: Enter
- Authorized domains: Add strongdm.com as the domain.
- From the APIs & Services menu, select Credentials and then click Create Credentials to create a new OAuth client ID. On the page that opens, set the following:
- Application type: Select Web application.
- Name: Enter StrongDM.
https://app.strongdm.comas the URI.
- Authorized redirect URIs: Enter
https://app.strongdm.com/auth/returnas the redirect URI.
- Copy the OAuth client ID and client secret. You will need them in a later step.
- Next, enter the account details in the StrongDM Admin UI. Go to Settings > User Management. In the Single Sign-on section, set the following:
- Provider: Select Google.
- Single sign-on URL: Add your URL (
- Client ID: Paste your client ID.
- Client Secret: Paste your client secret.
- Select your desired general SSO settings and click activate.
If any errors occur or if the integration fails in any way, please contact email@example.com for assistance.