About G Suite Password Sync

G Suite Password Sync (GSPS) automatically keeps your users' passwords in sync with their Microsoft Active Directory passwords. Whenever a user's Active Directory password is changed, GSPS immediately pushes the change to their managed Google Account.

Important: GSPS never changes Active Directory passwords; it only syncs Active Directory password changes to your organization's Google Account.

GSPS is available to G Suite and Cloud Identity administrators.

Before you begin

GSPS system requirements

If you have the legacy free edition of G Suite, upgrade to G Suite Basic to get this feature. 

To use GSPS, you'll need:

Note: Domain controllers must also run supported versions of Windows Server. Active Directory Schema Version or functional levels are unimportant, provided the Windows Server version is supported. 

Set up your domain controllers

GSPS must be installed on all domain controllers. Ensure the domain controllers have access to the correct URLs and ports:

  1. Complete step 1 in Set up a G Suite host name whitelist.
  2. Complete the Top-level URLs section of step 2.
  3. Complete steps 3 and 4. 

Download GSPS 

Download the correct MSI for your server's architecture:

Restart the server

Always restart the server after installing or upgrading GSPS. 


See step-by-step instructions on how to Set up G Suite Password Sync.

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