Resetting your G Suite password


This article describes the different options for resetting G Suite user password.

It's highly recommended that you add a recovery email address and phone number to your user. You can use this information to assist you in logging into your account should you ever lose your password.

Reset a user's password in the panel

If you still know your user password and are able to log into your Google console, you can reset it from there. If you're the admin, you can reset other users from here as well.

  1. Navigate to the Users page in your Google admin console.
  2. Click your user from the list.
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  3. In the left menu, select 'RESET PASSWORD'.
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  4. Enter your new password in the prompt.
  5. Click 'RESET' to save your changes.

Reset your G Suite administrator password if you've forgotten it

  1. Open the sign in/recovery page and enter the username you use to sign in to your administrator account.
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  2. If you have entered an incorrect password, a message displays notifying you that you must add a CNAME DNS record to verify who you are.

    This CNAME record must be added at the company where your nameservers are currently pointed. You can check where that is on this site.

    The example below shows how to add it to your DreamHost panel.

  3. Log into your DreamHost panel at
  4. Navigate to the Manage Domains page.
  5. Click the DNS link under your domain name.
  6. Add the CNAME record as indicated in the message. The 'label' will be the 'Name' field in the DreamHost panel. The 'destination' is the 'Value' field in the panel. For example.
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  7. Click Add Record Now! to save.

    Wait at least 15 minutes for this record to update in the DreamHost system. If you attempt to verify the CNAME record too soon, Google will give you another CNAME record to verify which restarts this process.

  8. Click the Next button to proceed to the next prompt. Here you can enter your new password.

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