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We are using Google Enterprise. Usually, when I want to add/remvoe a core/other service it's done from the Admin Control panel

Currently, when trying to access maps.google.com both me (Admin) and my users get the following error:

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I am familiar with this procedure, however, within the entire list of Google Services. I can not see Maps/Google Maps or any other service with a similar name. The only think close to it is called: Places - I enabled that, but I don't think it's the service I need.

So, how do I enable Google Maps to my Enterprise users?

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If I remember correctly, there was a somehow similar question around here—an activated Enterprise service did’t showed up—and it turned out you have to wait for a while (a few hours or so). –  Alex Aug 6 '12 at 6:58
This can happen if I turn a service ON - It may take time to propagate to my users. However, the service ON/OFF options and the service itself is missing from the list of services - so even as Admin - I can't even change it's settings - let alone use it. –  Saariko Aug 6 '12 at 7:01
Ah, sorry, I misunderstood the question. –  Alex Aug 6 '12 at 7:37

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Google Maps is not available for Google Apps accounts that were not created with United States as country of organization.

Unfortunately, it is impossible to change country to an existing account, you must delete your google apps account (wait 3-5 days for it to purge from google's systems) and re-create it.

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Do you have documentation links to support this answer? –  Dez Dec 17 '12 at 4:32
I do not have actual documentation, this is based on information I got from the paid phone support by google –  omercnet Jan 16 '13 at 3:15

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