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CNAME is not valid as the top entry (at the zone apex) of a domain. foo.example.com can be a CNAME and typically work as expected, but example.com (also called the "naked domain") cannot. A CNAME masks all of the other records, by definition, and is invalid in conjunction with other records. Your DNS hosting provider is technically broken if they are ...


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Unfortunately, it is a known issue, please see GAE issue 11234. Possible workarounds: export GAE logs to BigQuery or Cloud Storage for outbound log processing and analysis push application usage information to Google Analytics via Measurement Protocol


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There aren't any Google-provided tools which do this. It would be possible build your own Google-to-AD sync for almost everything except the Google Apps passwords. But if you do SSO that would be less of a problem. Check out Google Apps Manager, or the Google API Client Libraries. I think the dearth of such tools is because most companies still rely upon ...



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