Authorize third-party apps on your Google domain

To install AODocs, you must not have restricted third-party apps on your domain. This article explains how to authorize third-party apps on your Google domain so you can install AODocs.

Note: It's only during the installation process that you must authorize third-party apps. Google Workspace Marketplace apps are trusted automatically, so once you have installed the AODocs Google Workspace Marketplace app, you can restrict third-party apps again and AODocs will function correctly.

If you have set this restriction and you try to install AODocs, you can't sign in and you get this admin_policy_enforced error message:

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To authorize third-party apps on your domain:

1. Open the Google Admin console.

2. In the top left menu, select Security, then API controls.

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3. Press Manage third party app access.

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4. Under Configure new app, select OAuth app name or client ID.

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5. In the Configure an OAuth app panel:

  • enter this text:
    993707107224-o4klor46c296bsi5o9s2v3oefsvc7r81.apps.googleusercontent.com
  • press Search
  • select AODocs

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  • select the checkbox with the text and press Select

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  • select the checkbox Trusted: Can access all Google services and press Configure

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A message appears: AODocs is now trusted to access all Google services. You can now sign in and continue installing AODocs.

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