I've previously posted about the ability to manage Windows PCs in the Google Admin Console. However, what if you are still managing your PCs via local active directory, but use Google Workspace for most things? Well you can have your cake and eat it - you just need to use Google Credential Provider for Windows and do a few configurations. Step 1 - update your users on the Google Admin Console You need to add a custom attribute to all of your users (at least those who use PCs) on the Google Admin console to link them with their local AD account. So you need to create a custom attribute in the Google admin console and populate this with the AD windows user details: The custom attribute you need is Enhanced_desktop_security and the field is AD_account. Detailed instructions can be found here . You can auto populate this field using GADS (Google Apps Directory Sync) if you use this to auto provision your accounts in Google from AD. Alternatively, you can populate them in bulk with a
Given the times and how often I'm asked about how Meet works with Classroom, I've done a quick tutorial. Please be aware that how things work, does depend on how the admin console is configured: For the demo: Meet is enabled for students as a service, but they cannot start video calls and all of the admin options are turned off for their OU. Some feature require Enterprise licenses.