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We use GSuites and our domain is verified with Google. It is not an option for us to disconnect our domain from Google. We are interested in using an identity provider for SSO and SCIM. I have read through help pages and some of the community support, and it seems like my options are limited.
I think the following apply to this situation:
Your users authenticate with Google. Because you verify your domain as part of your integration with Google, you can't verify your domain from your site. If you want to verify your domain, you'll need to disconnect the G Suite integration.
If your users for another domain aren't connected through G Suite, you can still verify that domain and subscribe to Atlassian Access security policies for that domain.
I can't imagine that we are the only company that uses GSuites and wants to use Atlassian Access in this way. Here is a related post. Are there other options that I am missing?
Thank you for the help in advance.
Hey @David Hawn ,
There's no requirement that you have to use Atlassian's G Suite integration to verify your domain. The setup for your scenario should be pretty simple:
1. Use the DNS or HTTPS verification methods to verify your domain.
2. Configure SSO with your 3rd party IdP in Atlassian Access.
In order to use the DNS or HTTPS verification methods, you will need to disconnect the G Suite integration, but that shouldn't be an issue, since you're just going to use a different verification method for Atlassian to verify that you own the domain. This process has nothing to do with your usage of Google/G Suite/Google Workspace itself.
Hope this helps,
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