Configure the pages to load on startup, the default home page and the default new tab page in Chromium and prevents users from changing them.
The user's home page settings are only completely locked down if you either select the home page to be the new tab page, or set it to be a URL and specify a home page URL. If you don't specify the home page URL, then the user is still able to set the home page to the new tab page by specifying 'chrome://newtab'.
The policy 'URLs to open on startup' is ignored unless you select 'Open a list of URLs' in 'Action on startup'.
Configure remote access options in Chrome Remote Desktop host.
Chrome Remote Desktop host is a native service that runs on the target machine that a user can connect to using Chrome Remote Desktop application.The native service is packaged and executed separately from the Chromium browser.
These policies are ignored unless the Chrome Remote Desktop host is installed.
Allows you to specify the proxy server used by Chromium and prevents users from changing proxy settings.
If you choose to never use a proxy server and always connect directly, all other options are ignored.
If you choose to auto detect the proxy server, all other options are ignored.
For detailed examples, visit: https://www.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/network-settings#TOC-Command-line-options-for-proxy-sett.
If you enable this setting, Chromium and ARC-apps ignore all proxy-related options specified from the command line.
Leaving these policies not set will allow the users to choose the proxy settings on their own.
Policies related to integrated HTTP authentication.
Policies related to Kerberos authentication.
Configures the default search provider. You can specify the default search provider that the user will use or choose to disable default search.
Configure power management in Chromium OS.
These policies let you configure how Chromium OS behaves when the user remains idle for some amount of time.
Configure Chromium OS accessibility features.
Configure policies for Google Cast, a feature that allows users to send the contents of tabs, sites or the desktop from the browser to remote displays and sound systems.
Configures quick unlock related policies.
Configure Safe Browsing related policies.
Configure Network File Share related policies.
Configure cloud reporting policies.
When the policy CloudReportingEnabled is left unset or set to disabled, these policies will be ignored.
These policies are only effective when the machine is enrolled with CloudManagementEnrollmentToken for Chromium. These policies are always effective for Chromium OS.
Controls the behavior of the sign-in screen, where users log into their accounts. Settings include who can log in, what type of accounts are allowed, what authentication methods should be used, as well as general accessibility, input method and locale settings.
Controls what kind of user and device information is reported.
Controls device-wide network configuration.
Controls how and when Chrome OS updates are applied.
Controls settings related to power management and rebooting.
Controls miscellaneous settings including USB, bluetooth, policy refresh, developer mode and others.
Controls clock and time zone settings.
Controls display settings.
Controls printing settings.
Controls settings for the Linux container (Crostini).
Controls user and device policies for the privacy screen feature.