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G-Suite Administrator Account Password Reset

By | Google (Google Apps, Gsuite) | No Comments

Password reset for G Suite users:

When a user with Administrative access of your organization forgets the password for their managed Google account, or if you think the account has been compromised, you can reset the password by following the below instructions.

How to reset an Administrator password:

To reset the password of another administrator, you must have Super Admin privileges. If you have Super Admin privileges, follow the same steps as above for resetting a G Suite user account password

How to reset Administrator password if unable to login to Gsuite Admin Console:

If you can’t sign in to the Admin console and need to reset your own administrator password, follow the below instructions:

  1. Open the sign in/recovery page and enter the username you use to sign in to your administrator account.
  2. Click Next. If you don’t know your username, click Forgot email?. Then follow the instructions to access your account using your recovery email address or phone number.
    (Tip: Click “Try another way” in the recovery flow if you can’t answer some questions.)

  If you don’t see recovery email or phone options, it could be for one of these reasons:

  • You didn’t add this information to your admin account before.
  • Your organization’s Google account has more than 3 super admins or 500 users.

If email and phone options aren’t available:

  1. Ask another admin in your organization with Super Admin privileges to reset your password using the Google Admin console.
  2. If you can’t ask another administrator for help, answer the questions about your Google Admin Account and your organization’s Google account. You don’t have to answer all the questions correctly to be able to verify your domain. Then, follow the instructions by Google to verify your domain
    Note: If you purchased your domain or chose a domain that’s free for one year when you signed up for G Suite, contact support using this form by Google.
  3. If you don’t see the questions about your account, this most likely means one of the following:
    • Google systems don’t have enough information about your account to verify the correct answers to the questions.
    • You recently made too many attempts to answer some of the questions. 
  4. Contact support using this Google form (G Suite only).

Important: If your admin account didn’t have a recovery email address or phone number, make sure you add these recovery options to your account once you’ve signed in to the Admin console.

See also How to reset a Google Account Password.

*Images and Support Courtesy:Google

G-Suite User Account Password Reset

By | Google (Google Apps, Gsuite) | No Comments

Password reset for G Suite users:

When a user of your organization forgets the password for their managed Google account, or if you think their account has been compromised, you can reset their password directly from the Google Admin console.

How to reset User password:

With administrator privileges, you can reset user’s passwords by following the below steps. Or if you wish to provide access for your users to reset their passwords themseleves, see the details below

  1. In your Google Admin console(at admin.google.com).
  2. Go to Users.
  3. In the Users list, find the user account for which you wish to change the password.
  4. Hover over the user and click Reset password icon Reset Password icon which appears at the right.
    Point to the row with the user whose password you plan to update
    You can also find this option at the top-left of the user’s account page.
    (Note: To see either of these options, you must be signed in with an administrator account that has reset password privileges.)
  5. Choose to automatically generate the password or enter a password.
    (By Google default, password minimum length is 8 characters. You can monitor the password strength for your organization by clicking here.)
  6. Optional:
    • To view the password, click Preview Preview.
    • Ask the user to change the new password the next time they sign in.
  7. Click Reset.
  8. Optional:
    • To paste the password somewhere, such as in a Hangouts Chat conversation with the user, click Click to copy password.
    • Allow the user to recover their own password.
    • Email the password to the user.
  9. Click Done.

Set up password recovery for users:

As you are the organization’s administrator, you can choose how to let users who aren’t administrators get back into their account if they forget their password, and below are the two ways through which the user can reset their password:

  • Option 1: Let users reset passwords themselves through an automated system (you need to turn on non-admin password recovery in your Admin console).
  • Option 2: Ask users to contact an administrator to reset their password. 

Option 1: Let users reset passwords themselves
This feature isn’t available if you’re running single sign-on (SSO) or G Suite Password Sync (more details here). It also doesn’t work for users under the age of 18. See details below

Each user has to add a recovery phone number or email address to their account where they can receive recovery instructions via voice, text message, or email. They can then reset their password by entering their Google Account address and following automated instructions.

Turn on non-admin password recovery:

By default, only administrators can reset a forgotten password using the automated system. Here’s how to let other users do this, too:

  1. In your Google Admin console (at admin.google.com)..
  2. Go to Security > Basic settings.
  3. Under Password recovery, click Enable/disable non-admin user password recovery. This link isn’t available if your organization is running SSO or G Suite Password Sync.
  4. Under Password recovery, check Enable non-admin user password recovery.
  5. At the bottom, click Save.
  6. Tell users to set up a recovery phone number or email address where they can receive password recovery instructions (via voice, text message, or email). 

    G Suite for Education users under the age of 18 can’t add contact information to their account. They therefore can’t recover their password this way. Instead, they have to contact an administrator.

    Also, Immediately remove a user’s recovery information when they leave your organization or if their account might be hijacked. See details below.

Now, if any user in your organization clicks Forgot password? on the sign-in page, they see instructions on recovering their own password. If they’ve added a recovery phone number or email address to their account and answer questions correctly, they can reset their own password. 

2-step verification: Users with 2-step verification can also follow these steps to reset their own password. However, they can only reset their password using their recovery email. If they haven’t added recovery information or don’t answer questions correctly, they’re told to contact an administrator.

Prevent unauthorized access to a user’s account:

If you turn on non-admin password recovery, immediately remove a user’s recovery information if…

  • The user is terminated or leaves your organization. That way they can’t recover their password to access their old account.
  • You suspect the account has been hijacked and the user’s recovery information is no longer legitimate.

To remove a user’s recovery information or check if it’s been hacked, sign in to the account as the user. Then follow steps at Set up a recovery phone number or email address.

When non-admin password recovery isn’t available:

  • G Suite for Education users under the age of 18—Younger G Suite for Education users aren’t permitted to add a recovery phone number or email to their account. They can’t reset a forgotten password on their own.Note: Users of any age with primary or secondary education accounts can’t supply a recovery phone number or email. The option to add a phone number or email is disabled for these types of accounts.Only users with Higher Education accounts, administrators, and teachers using G Suite for Education can supply a recovery phone number or email.
  • Organizations using SSO or GSPS—If your organization is running single sign-on (SSO), you won’t see the enable non-admin user password recovery option in your Admin console. If your organization is running G Suite Password Sync for Active Directory (GSPS) and you’ve prevented users from changing their G Suite passwords, users are redirected to Active Directory to reset their passwords. This keeps their Active Directory passwords in sync with G Suite.

Option 2: Ask users to contact an administrator

If a user clicks Forgot password? on the sign-in page, and you haven’t turned on non-admin password recovery, they see a message to contact their administrator. Make sure you’ve provided a way for users to contact an administrator if they can’t sign in to their account.

See also How to reset a Google Account Password.

*Images and Support Courtesy:Google

Malwarebytes Installation and Setup

By | Help, Uncategorized | No Comments
      1. Download malware bytes from here
      2. Locate the downloaded file, mb3-setup-consumer-x.x.x.xxxx.exe. (In most cases, downloaded files appear in the Downloads folder.)
      3. Double-click mb3-setup-consumer-x.x.x.xxxx.exe to start the Malwarebytes setup.
      4. Follow the installation instructions to complete setup
      5. Agree and Install the software (see image)


      1. After installation, you’ll see an activation window (see image)
        Activation Screen

        1. Do not select ‘START TRIAL’
      2. Select Activate License from top right corner (see image)

    add key

    1. Add the Malware key provided to you and its ready to go

Google GSuite Cloud vs Microsoft Outlook Client

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  • Edit e-signature
  • Vacation responder
  • Tied to computer?
  • ——–
  • use on any device
  • use on multiple devices
  • use on mobile phone
  • ——–
  • Multiple users
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Team calendars
  • Document management
  • Multi-user document editing
  • ——–
  • Always need someone at computer to check emails?
  • Power outage impact?
  • Internet outage

GSuite Cloud

$ 60*

Per Year
  • Can do anywhere
  • Can do anywhere
  • Not tied to the computer
  • ——–
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • ——–
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • ——–
  • No, you can check emails from any device
  • N/A, can check emails from any device
  • N/A, can check emails from phone with data

Outlook Client

$ 140*

Per Year
  • Need to be at computer
  • Need to be at computer
  • Need to be at computer
  • ——–
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • ——–
  • Yes
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • ——–
  • Need someone on the computer at all times
  • Can’t do anything if it is on a desktop
  • Only available if hotspot is setup and the device has wifi

Woocommerce Membership Help

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Grant Content Access

You put a lot of work into your members-only content, so Memberships lets you schedule when your members should have access to it. You can drip content, which means that you can schedule when members should have access to your content. For example, you can require that customers be a member for a week before they can access certain posts or pages.

This gives you more control over how members begin using your site and lets you introduce members to your content at your pace.

When you use this with Subscriptions, you can even determine which content is included in a free trial period with content dripping rules.


Reward Members with Special Discounts

Since you may want to give your members certain perks, you can provide member discounts for all products, some products, or certain product categories.

Automatically Show Members Their Perks

While membership management should be easy on you, it should be easy on your members, too. Members can find all of the information they need about their memberships in the Member Area. Members can access the area for any membership from the “My Account” page by clicking “View”.