Apply advanced settings
If you have the legacy free edition of Google Apps, upgrade to G Suite to get this feature.
As a G Suite administrator, you can enforce advanced policies for security, including encryption. You can also control how users synchronize G Suite services and whether or not they can access other Google services on their mobile devices.
Before you apply advanced settings
- Turn on mobile device management, select advanced management, and set it up.
- To enforce the settings, Android users must download the Google Apps Device Policy app on their device. Apple® iOS® users must download a device policy profile.
Find the settings
From the Admin console dashboard, go to Device management.
To see Device management, you might have to click More controls at the bottom.
- On the left, click Advanced Settings.
- Select a category.
- (Optional) On the left, select the organization to which you want to apply the settings.
- Find the setting you want to change. For details about each setting, see Learn about the settings.
- After you make a change, click Save.
Settings typically take effect in minutes. But they might take up to 24 hours to apply for everyone.
Learn about the settingsCompromised devices
Blocks an Android devices from accessing corporate data when there are indications that the device is compromised.
Check the Block compromised Android devices box to block an Android device if there are indications that it might be compromised. Examples of a compromise include the use of custom read-only memory (ROM), the presence of a SU (Superuser) binary on the device, or an indication that the device is rooted—a process that removes restrictions on the device.
Only for Android 3.0 Honeycomb and later devices
Encrypts data so that it can only be read when a device is unlocked. Encryption adds protection if a device is lost or stolen. Unlocking the device decrypts the data. For more information about data encryption, see Encrypt your data.
Allows users to use the camera on their device. This setting is supported on iOS, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and later, and Microsoft® Windows Phone® devices.
Google SyncIP Whitelist
Allows users to only access G Suite mail, calendars, and contacts on mobile devices through the IP addresses that you list.
In the Google Sync IP Whitelist box, add the IP addresses (masks) where users can access their G Suite mail, calendars, and contacts. To add more than one IP address, enter an IP range in CIDR notation. Or, separate each IP address with a comma.
This setting is off by default. Only turn it on if your organization needs it. This setting is typically needed for organizations that need to use a Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync® proxy to restrict how users access work data on mobile devices. These organizations might need to route their ActiveSync connections through separate device management servers (proxy servers).
Automatically sends users' deleted emails to the trash. Use this setting if your email retention policy requires email to be deleted. When the box is unchecked, deleted messages are archived instead.
Allows Android and iOS devices to automatically synchronize when roaming. Syncing automatically can lead to increased data costs.
When you uncheck the Turn on automatic sync when roaming box, users can still manually sync their devices when roaming.
Other Google servicesGoogle Play private apps
Allows Android users to access and publish private apps in Google Play.
- To allow users to access private apps you distribute, check the Allow users to access Google Play private apps box.
- To allow users to create and update Android apps for internal use and distribute them to users in your domain, check the Allow users to publish and update Google Play private apps box.
For more information about private apps, see Manage Google Play private apps.
Allows users to sync Google Glass with their G Suite account. You can set up one account per device.
To factory reset all the Google Glass units in the organization you selected, uncheck the Allow Google Glass box. Don't uncheck the box until you confirm that no one in the organization you select is using Google Glass. Doing so can erase all of their data, such as photos and videos, from their Google Glass device.
The Google Apps Device Policy app isn’t available for Google Glass. If a user loses their device, they can remotely wipe it on the Google Glass website.