Verified access device policy

On Chrome OS devices, administrators can enable verified access. With verified access enabled, devices cannot access the network unless they are unmodified and are policy-compliant. For more information on Verified Access, see Enable Verified Access with Chrome devices.

You can configure the verified access policy for the following platforms. Each platform requires a different set of values, which are described in detail in this article.

To add or configure this policy, go to Configure > Device Policies. For more information, see Device policies.

Chrome OS settings

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  • User Verified Access
    • Enable user verified access: If enabled, users must comply with the Verified Access requirements to access your network. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration. Default is On.
    • Access Control - Accounts with Full Access: List of users allowed to call the Verified Access API and receive device IDs. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration.
    • Access Control - Accounts with Limited Access: List of users allowed to call the Verified Access API but can’t receive device IDs. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration.
  • Device Verified Access
    • Enable device verified access: If enabled, devices must comply with the Verified Access requirements to access your network. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration. Default is On.
    • Enable Content Protection: If enabled, the device can play protected content. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration. Default is On.
    • Access Control - Accounts with Full Access: List of devices allowed to call the Verified Access API and receive device IDs. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration.
    • Access Control - Accounts with Limited Access: List of devices allowed to call the Verified Access API but can’t receive device IDs. Requires G Suite Chrome configuration.

Verified access device policy

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