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Quick Connect for Cloud Services 3.3 - Quick Start Guide

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Modifying an Existing Google Apps Connection

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Click Connection settings below the existing Google Apps connection you want to modify.
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On the Connection Settings tab, click the Specify connection settings item to expand it and use the following options:

Google Apps Data Supported out of the Box

Attributes Related to a Google Apps User

TRUE. Specifies that the user has administrator privileges.
FALSE. Specifies that the user has no administrator privileges.
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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On the Privileges tab, see the Administrator Privileges check box.
TRUE. Specifies that a change of password is required.
FALSE. Specifies that a change of password is not required.
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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On the User information tab, in the Password area, see the Require a change of password in the next sign in check box.
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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On the User information tab, in the Groups area, see the list of groups of which the user is a member.
<GoogleDomain>/
<ObjectType>/
<UserEmail>
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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On the User information tab, in the Nicknames area, see the list of nicknames.
TRUE. Specifies that the user is suspended.
FALSE. Specifies that the user is not suspended.
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In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.
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In the Email column, see the part of the e-mail address to the left of the at sign (@).

Attributes Related to a Google Apps Group

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See the e-mail address in the Email address column.
<GoogleDomain>/
<ObjectType>/
<GroupEmail>
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On the Members tab, see the list of group members.
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On the Members tab, use the Roles column to identify the group owners.
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