I'm interested in using openid / google federated login for a website
as all of my users have google apps premier accounts, but I'm
wondering if someone could clarify a few things for me first:
Will I be able to restrict the logins to just the users of my google
apps domain? Rather than allowing anyone with a google account to
Will using this allow the same sort of automatic authentication I get
with other google apps? For example if I'm logged into gmail and I
visit youtube (and the accounts are tied together) it authenticates me
without me having to sign in, I'd like this to happen when someone
visits my site.
Lastly, I hear a lot of complaints about openid being fairly
Is it as a bad as some people say?
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