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ChromeOS Profiles in the SureMDM console

SureMDM offers a suite of policy and configuration settings for managing content and applications on enterprise devices. You can create profiles and deploy them to a managed device or a group of devices.


The purpose of this article is to provide a guide to ChromeOS profiles in the SureMDM console.




SureMDM added a new section “ChromeOS” on the Profile page, just below the Linux operating system. Under Policies, the right side pane should display the policy listing with the options to Add, Modify, Copy, Delete, Add Folder, Move To Folder, Search, and Refresh. 

  • Add: To add the new ChromeOS policies.
  • Modify: To add the existing ChromeOS policies. The option should be disabled when no policy is selected from the list. If multiple policies are selected, the option should be grayed out.
  • Copy: To copy the selected ChromeOS policy, On clicking Copy, it should open a popup to enter the name of the profile and a list of folders to select. If multiple policies are selected, the option should be grayed out.
  • Delete: To delete the selected ChromeOS policy, If multiple policies are selected, the option should be grayed out.
  • Add Folder: To add the new folder.
  • Move To Folder: To move the ChromeOS profiles to an appropriate folder.
  • Refresh: Refresh the policy list. 
  • Search: To perform search operations. 
  • Path: To display the current folder path. 
  • Pagination: Pagination should be available when a large number of profiles are present. 
  • Sort: The Sort option should be available for each column to sort the records.

Note: Once the policy is successfully created, the record should be added to the grid. It should have the following columns:

Name, Type, Profile Path, and Last Modified.

To create a profile, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to SureMDM Web Console > Profiles > ChromeOS.
  2. A new screen with the following five payloads should be displayed to the user.
  • User and Browser Policy
  • Device Policy
  • Apps and Extensions Policy
  • Application Policy
  • Blocklist/Allowlist Apps

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Updated on June 2023