This feature includes the restriction of end-users from accessing confidential files and folders on any web browser. It ensures users can access business data from browsers specified through policy by the IT admin of an enterprise. 

  • Applicable to any of the trending web browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Safari, IE, Chrome, etc.
  • Manages Google Chrome using Google admin chrome management console
  • Pushes the applications and extensions through the Chrome Management
  • Organizational unit based granular control policies
  • Easy and automated rollout 

To create a new policy, Navigate to Home -- Policies -- Access Control -- Web, Click on Add option & you will get below page.

Title: Name your policy to identify it later when you want to make changes quickly. 

DescriptionShort description for helping understand the policy if more than one admin is managing the account 

Enabled: For some reason, if you want the policy to be disable for some time and re-enable it, you can check/uncheck “Enabled” option as shown above. 

Valid Always: You can decide the validity of the policy with Valid Always button. Toggling this you can say whether you want a policy for a stipulated time or a policy which is always applied 

Valid From and Valid To: If Valid Always is off, then you will have to provide the date range for which the policy needs to be applied. This way admin need not manually turn off the policy

Risk: Select the Risk factor as per your norms 

Category: Select the category as Default or App, for default option, the policy will work as it is & for App option, the specific application will get bypass. 

You can implement this policy on specific user’s or OU’s or entire domain ( all User)