When authenticating with GoogleApps, the process works correctly for email@example.com logins, but fails for firstname.lastname@example.org logins. My ‘Hosted Domain’ setting is example.com. The error message received is “The response from the external identity provider contained an error: Incorrect Hosted Domain value. This server is setup to accept users from a specific hosted domain only”. I am pretty sure it is because subdomain.example.com != example.com. Are wildcards necessary (*.example.com)? Or are multiple entries accepted (example.com, subdomain.example.com)?
Thanks for any input that can be supplied.
Thank you for reaching out, and welcome to the Octopus Deploy community!
I’m sorry you are having trouble connecting your Google Apps domain/subdomain to your Octopus Deploy instance, but I would be happy to help take a closer look at things here.
As an initial step, I did some digging to see what I could find in terms of functionality in this area, and based on this UserVoice feature request, it doesn’t look like our Google Apps OIDC connector currently allows for multiple and/or wildcard entries for the the
Hosted Domain entry on the Octopus Deploy side of things:
We’ve recently moved to a new platform for user ideas, roadmap.octopus.com, and I know we are already looking at adding some functionality to our existing OIDC connectors in the future, so if you’d like, you can also mention this as a potential improvement here as well (via the
Submit Idea button on this page).
I’m sorry I don’t have better news here, but I hope this information helps shed some light on the limitation you’ve run into in using the Octopus Deploy Google Apps OIDC connector, and let me know if I can be of any more assistance.
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