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I use the free version of Google Apps (set up before it stopped to be free) to handle the emails and gdrive for two domains: example1.com (primary) and example2.com (aliased). My account joe@example1.com is admin and I add users via the administration concole from that account.

I want to set up a site for my son via Google Sites: http://www.example2.com. I have no problem in creating and maping sites in example1.com but I do not know how to do the same in example2.com.

When looking at my sites list in example1.com I see that the URL is https://sites.google.com/a/example1.com. I tried to change this to https://sites.google.com/a/example2.com but I get the message

You are trying to access Google Admin of example2.com but you do not have a valid logged in account for it.

Sign into one of the existing accounts for example2.com

Or, use one of the below logged in users to manage the corresponding enterprise domain.

(.) joe@example1.com

When choosing Continue (the only choice) I get to my admin console.

What is the correct way to set up a site on an aliased domain? (I assume that the mapping exercise is the same afterwards)

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I am afraid that this is finally impossible. Per "Limitations with multiple domains" it looks like that

You can only create a custom web address mapping for a site at the primary domain.

I would appreciate very much any ideas and will leave the question as unresolved for now.

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