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    dave-brett.png by David Brett, CTP

    We can now move onto Part 3 of this series.  How to set up and configure the Google oAuth Service.

    The first thing you will need to do is set up a Google API to allow access to the Google oAuth system from your NetScaler.

    Head over to https://console.developers.google.com/apis and sign in with your Google account

    Select Credentials

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    Then select the oAuth Consent Screen and fill out the details

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    Switch back to Credentials and create a new oAuth Client ID

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    Give your Client ID a name and put in the URLs that you are going to give your users to log into XenDesktop using their Google Account.

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    Click create and Google will go ahead and create your new oAuth Client, it will display the Client ID and Client Secret - copy these into a text file as you will need them later on!

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    That's all for the Google Config.

    Thanks,

    Dave Brett (@dbretty)


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