Here’s how you can find DNS records, see renewal information, verify domain ownership, and change other settings for a domain you’re using with G Suite.
How you access your settings depends on how you purchased your domain.
I purchased my domain...While signing up for G Suite
From the Admin console Home page, go to DomainsManage domains.
Next to your domain name, click View Details in the Status column. Then click Advanced DNS settings or Manage domain (for Google Domains).
- You’ll find the sign-in name and password for your domain host account. After you sign in, you can edit your domain’s DNS records, unlock your domain, or transfer your domain.
If you don’t see these settings, you didn’t purchase your domain through Google. Instead, you must sign in to your domain host directly. For help, see Identify your domain host.
If you already owned your domain when you signed up for G Suite, sign in to the account at your domain host to find your settings. This is typically who you bought the domain from. If you’re not sure who your host is, see Identify your domain host.
If you need to verify domain ownership, follow these instructions.
I still need help because...I can’t find some domain settings
If you don’t see the settings you need, sign in to your domain host directly and access your settings there. For help, see Identify your domain host.
If you forgot your password, see Reset your administrator password.
If you're still having trouble signing in, see I can't access the Admin console.
If your G Suite account is suspended, you need to resume service before you can access domain settings.