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Quick Connect for Cloud Services 3.7 - Administrator Guide

Installing One Identity Quick Connect for Cloud Services Working with Google Apps Working with Google Postini Services Working with Microsoft Office 365 Working with Salesforce Working with ServiceNow Working with Windows Azure Active Directory Appendix A: Synching Multiple Owners attributes to Google Owners attributes

Organization Unit object attributes

Table 6:  Organization Unit attributes

Attribute

Description

Supported operations

Google Apps reference

Description

Single-valued, string

Description of the organization unit in Google Apps Directory.

Read, Write

To view related UI element

In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.

Select an organization unit in the tree view.

See the description below the organization unit name at the top of the page.

Id

Single-valued, string

ID used by the Google Apps Connector to uniquely identify each object in Google Apps Directory. This attribute only exists in the Google Apps Connector schema.

For organization unit objects, this attribute accepts object ID in the following format:

<GoogleDomain>/
<ObjectType>/
<OUPath>

Example:
mydomain.com/
OU/
OU1

Read

N/A

Name

Single-valued, string

Name of the organization unit in Google Apps Directory.

Read, Write

To view related UI element

In Google Apps, open the Organization & users page.

Select an organization unit in the tree view.

See the organization unit name at the top of the page.

Specifying Google Apps containers using a PowerShell script

Working with Google Apps > Specifying Google Apps containers using a PowerShell script

In Quick Connect Administration Console, you can use a custom PowerShell script to specify target Google Apps containers (OUs) to which you want to provision data from the other connected data system. In this case, make sure the PowerShell script returns the target containers in the following format required by One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine:

<GoogleAppsDomain>/<PathToTargetContainer>

Example: mydomain.com/OU1/OU2/OU3

where OU3 is the target Google Apps container to which you want to provision data.

For more information on specifying target containers for a synchronization step, see the Quick Connect Administrator Guide.

Scenario: Provisioning containers and users from an Active Directory domain to Google Apps

Working with Google Apps > Scenario: Provisioning containers and users from an Active Directory domain to Google Apps

Scenario: Provisioning containers and users from
an Active Directory domain to Google Apps

This scenario illustrates how to provision organizational units (OUs) along with the users these OUs include from an Active Directory domain to Google Apps.

The scenario includes the following steps:

Step 1: Configure a connection to source Active Directory domain

Working with Salesforce > Scenario: Provisioning users from an Active Directory domain to Salesforce > Step 1: Configure a connection to source Active Directory domain

Step 1: Configure a connection to source Active Directory domain

For instructions on how to create a new connection to an Active Directory domain, see the Administration Guide supplied with Quick Connect Express for Active Directory.

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