I have multiple subdomains for services and only one Google Oauth service, they are running in docker swarm mode. Once a user logged into a service successfully, they can also access the other serives. Now I want to restrict access for a group of users. For example, I have multiple groups groupa.domain.com, groupb.domain.com and groupc.domain.com, ..
I’m trying to set up OAuth2 with outline-wiki (https://hub.docker.com/r/outlinewiki/outline) on docker, but I’m having trouble getting Google OAuth2 to work. I manage to get to the account list, and I can select the account that I want to use to login on, but the redirect back to my page isn’t working. I suspect that it’s ..
I have created a GCP instance using Container Optimized "COS" Linux on Google Cloud. The instance also pulls from the Docker repo, and hosts several containers at startup. The machine spins up fine, and the instances are live. Absolutely no errors. The problem comes when I try to access it from the outside using https://www.googleapis.com/../.. ..
Months ago I wired up a Cron job on my Server to run a Docker Container that utilizes oauth2.py. When I test that Container out locally I receive emails with no warning from Google, and I get the same result when I SSH into the Server and run the same code the Cron job does. ..