CloudAnywhere synchronizes passwords between your Active Directory and Google Apps. CloudAnywhere respects the password complexity requirements of Google Apps.
CloudAnywhere natively supports multiple domains, multiple forests, multiple tenants and multiple clouds, plus it can enforce Google Apps password rules. Passwords that are not compliant with Google Apps’ password rules can be refused: when a user changes their password in their domain Controller, the password change will be refused. This feature can be enabled/disabled on the synchronization agent installed in each domain controller:
|Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\cloudiway\CloudAnywhere\Preferences] “Url”=”http://cloudmgrSRV:9090″ “RetransmitDelay”=dword:000493e0 “RetryCount”=dword:00000032 “GoogleEnforce”=dword:00000000 “Office365Enforce”=dword:00000000 “GoogleStrongPolicy”=dword:00000000 “Office365StrongPolicy”=dword:00000000|
If GoogleEnforce is set to 1, only passwords that match Google Apps’ password rules will be authorized in the Active Directory. If GoogleStrongPolicy is set to one, only passwords that meet strong complexity will be authorized.