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Updating OAuth Protocol on Your Google SSO Project

Google is enforcing new rules that can impact your use of Google Single Sign-On with your Edlio site.
For the SSO app you created to be compliant with Google’s OAuth URI validation rules, you will need to update the protocol of the endpoints that were sent to you during the setup process from ‘http’ to ‘https’. This protocol secures your data in-transit.
Luckily, the changes you will need to make are minimal and only involve changing the protocol. The steps to update your Google app are as follows:
1) Sign into the same Google account used to create the app
2) Go to the Google API Console
Click Credentials on the left hand column
4) Select the app used for Google SSO integration

If you do not see your app, make sure you are in the right organization. The option to change this is a drop down menu in the header to the left of the search bar. If you do not find the project used to create the Google SSO integration, please contact our Technical Support Agents.

5) Scroll down and change all Authorized JavaScript origins and Authorized redirect URIs endpoints from ‘http’ to ‘https’
6) Click Save at the bottom of the page
7) Contact Edlio Support to notify us that you have made these changes so we can mirror these changes on our end
If you have trouble following these steps, refer to the slides below that illustrate the above steps.