Indexing


The Indexing section is where you can manually re-index your users, org units, and/or groups.

gPanel will automatically re-index each time a user logs in, but changes made in the Google Admin console 
in the interval may not be reflected until the next re-indexing.  We recommend, as a best practice, to make 
such changes in gPanel as these changes will be applied immediately to your domain. 

If you have made changes in the Google Admin console that aren't reflected in gPanel, re-index
the corresponding entity (users, org units, or groups) or the entire domain in gPanel to ensure
that gPanel reflects the entities on your domain accurately.


gPanel Indexing

Begin by selecting the domain you wish to index from the drop-down menu.

If you wish to index the domain's entities completely, click Index Domain Completely.  If you wish
to index only those changes made since the last indexing, click Re-Index Domain Since Last Run.



Note: You have the option to index completely or only the changes that have been made
since the last indexing run by clicking the corresponding button.


User Indexing

If you wish to index the domain's users completely, click Index Users Completely.  If you wish
to index only those changes made since the last indexing, click Re-Index Users Since Last Run.


The following information will be displayed:
  • Last Completion Time
  • Users Added
  • Users Updated
  • Users Removed


Org Unit Indexing

If you wish to index the domain's org units completely, click Index Org Units Completely.  If you wish
to index only those changes made since the last indexing, click Re-Index Org Units Since Last Run.


The following information will be displayed:
  • Last Completion Time


Group Indexing

If you wish to index the domain's org units completely, click Index Org Units Completely.  If you wish
to index only those changes made since the last indexing, click Re-Index Org Units Since Last Run.


The following information will be displayed:
  • Last Completion Time