User settings

You can allow or block apps and extensions, as well as pre-install apps and extensions for users' Chrome devices in your domain

Device settings

The policy applies to anyone who uses the device, even if the user is in Guest mode or signs in with a Google account outside of your organization

Network settings

Configure Wi-Fi settings for all of the Chrome devices enrolled in your domain, or for logged-in users from specific sub-organizations within your domain

Manage public session devices

Public Sessions allow multiple users to share the same Chrome device without requiring a user to sign in with his or her Google credentials

View Chrome device information

You can see all your Chrome devices in your domain with information such as serial number, status, latest activity, user name and location.

To manage Chrome devices across your organization, you need a license for each device you want to manage. The license gives you access to device settings in the Google Admin console.

You need a license to enroll a device. If you don’t have one, you'll see an error. You then have to purchase a new license, or if you have annual license subscriptions you can deprovision an enrolled device to make its license available. You can't transfer a license to another domain.