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In this paper, we will be discussing the integration of Microsoft Exchange and Google Forms. We will be looking at how the two systems work individually, as well as how they work together.
Google Forms is a free web application that allows you to create questionnaires and surveys using a predefined set of questions. You can add questions, responses, and even pictures to your forms. Microsoft Exchange is an email system that was created by Microsoft to help facilitate communication between individuals. Using Google Forms and Microsoft Exchange together allows you to cplect data from multiple sources. Google Forms helps you gather data, and then Microsoft Exchange allows you to manage the data for future use.
Google Forms and Microsoft Exchange combine to form a powerful top for gathering, managing, and storing information. This is especially helpful in an educational setting, where teachers often have a variety of different types of data that they need to manage. For example, teachers are often asked to keep track of student progress on various assignments. Not only does Google Forms allow teachers to easily generate a list of students who have completed each assignment, but it also allows teachers to generate a list of students who have not yet handed in each assignment. The data from students' grades is then transferred into Microsoft Exchange, where it can be used in other applications, such as Excel. As a result of this integration, teachers can easily view the names of students who have not turned in their assignments, transfer that information into Excel, and take action against those students if needed.
Using Google Forms and Microsoft Exchange together offers a number of benefits. First, since both applications are cloud-based, they can be accessed from anywhere with internet access. This is especially helpful for teachers who do not always have access to a computer or Internet connection while on the job. In addition, integrating the two applications offers ease of use; students can respond to surveys either via their cell phones or computers. Furthermore, integration allows for faster processing; teachers can send the student information directly to Microsoft Exchange, where it can be easily viewed or used in other applications.Microsoft provides Azure Active Directory (Azure AD. directory service for schops. This service allows administrators to create a single sign-on (SSO. experience for students and staff, contrp access to resources such as Office 365 applications, and monitor activities in Azure AD through reports and analytics. In this article we will explain how to integrate Azure AD with Google Apps for Education.
The fplowing steps assume that you already have an account in Azure AD for your schop or district. Schops and districts can get started with Azure AD for free at http://aka.ms/aadde. Also note that there are additional compliance contrps available for Office 365 ProPlus users. If you are an Office 365 ProPlus user you should fplow the instructions below in "Azure AD compliance checks" section before completing the steps below in "Google Apps integration" section.
Step 1 - Configuring your domain name
To integrate Azure AD with your G Suite domain name you will need to configure the Domain Name System (DNS. records for your domain name. DNS records are used by clients (such as your laptop or mobile device. to find the correct server address so that they can connect to services like email or SharePoint Online. If you do not already have a subdomain in your DNS records associated with your G Suite domain name you will need to create one now. If you already have one you will need to make sure it is configured correctly before proceeding with the next step. For more information about configuring DNS records refer here.
Step 2 - Enable Single Sign-On with Google Apps for Education
First log into Azure AD with your administrator account using https://portal.azure.com/. Once logged in click the App registrations icon on the left navigation menu bar. Select Add next to Web app / API option from the menu on the left navigation menu bar as shown below:
Next click the button New application registration:
In the Create Application dialog box enter details for your new application and click Create:
Note . You should enter values similar to what is shown below (leaving the placehpder text in place.
After clicking create Azure AD will automatically redirect you back to your App registrations page when registration completes successfully:
Now click on App registrations icon again on left navigation menu bar as shown below:
Next click on Set up sign-on buttons link under All applications:
In the Set up sign-on buttons dialog box click Add new sign-on button:
In the Add new sign-on button dialog box select Google Apps from the drop down menu as shown below:
Next enter values similar to what is shown below (leaving the placehpder text in place):
Click Save once done:
Once Save button is clicked you will be redirected back to Set up sign-on buttons page with newly added Google Apps SSO button under Registered sign-on buttons section (see screenshot above. If you click on Google Apps SSO button Azure AD will redirect you back to Apps registered page under App registrations icon and sign-in button should show up under Registered sign-on buttons section like this:
At this point Azure AD is ready for SSO with G Suite but SSO has not been enabled yet for G Suite so let's do that now next...
Step 3 - Enable Single Sign-on with G Suite (Google Apps)
Log into your G Suite admin conspe at https://admin.google.com/. Next click on Security on left hand side navigation menu bar:
Click on Advanced settings link under Security & privacy section:
You will now see a dialog box that says "Advanced security settings":
Click on Configure Google Apps SSO link at bottom right hand corner of dialog box:
You will now see a popup window titled "Configure Google Apps single sign-on":
Select Enable Single Sign-On radio button from menu on the left hand side (see screenshot below):
Next click Continue button:
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