The Network profile allows you to configure network connection settings to apply towards device policies and user policies.

To configure the Network profile:

  1. Navigate to Devices > Profiles & Resources > Profiles > Add > Add Profile > Chrome OS.

  2. Select Device to deploy settings to the device profile. Select User to deploy settings to the user profile.

  3. Configure the General profile settings as appropriate.

    These settings determine how the profile deploys and who receives it. For more information on General settings, see Add General Profile Settings.

  4. Select the Network payload.
  5. Configure Wi-Fi settings, including:

    Setting Description
    Wi-Fi
    Service Set Identifier Provide the name of the network the device connects to.
    Connectivity Indicate if the Wi-Fi network is Hidden or Auto-Join. Auto-Join indicates that the network is connected automatically when in range.
    Security Type

    Specify the access protocol used and whether certificates are required.

    If WPA/WPA2 is selected, the Password field displays.

    If WPA/WPA2 Enterprise is selected, the following fields display:

    • Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) - Specify the EAP from the drop-down menu.
    • Identity - Enter a description to which is used to identify the certificate during authentication.
    • Root Certificate - Use the Certificates section at the bottom to add the Root Certificate.
    • Client Certificate - Use the Certificates section at the bottom to add the Client Certificate.
    Password Provide the password for the device to connect to the network. The password field displays when WPA/WPA 2 is selected from the Security Type field.
    Proxy
    Gateway Platform

    Describes the gateway address to use for the configuration.

    Select the gateway as Direct Internet Connection, Manual Proxy Configuration, or Automatic Proxy Configuration to configure settings.

    HTTP Proxy Host Enter the host name of IP address for the proxy server. This field displays if Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    HTTP Proxy Port Enter the target port for the proxy server. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    Secure HTTP Proxy Host Enter settings for the secure HTTP proxy. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    Secure HTTP Proxy Port Enter secure port to use for proxy. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    FTP Proxy Host Enter the host name of IP address for the FTP proxy server. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    FTP Proxy Port Enter the target port for the FTP proxy server. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    SOCKS Host Enter the settings host address for the SOCKS proxy. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    SOCKS Port Enter the target port for the SOCKS proxy server. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    No Proxy for the following Domains (Comma-Separated domains) Enter the domains whose traffic is not handled by the proxy settings. This field displays when Manual Proxy Configuration is selected.
    Autoconfiguration URL (Leave blank for WPAD protocol) Enter the URL which defines how web browsers and other user agents can automatically choose the appropriate proxy server (access method). This field displays when Automatic Proxy Configuration is selected.
    Certificate
    Add Certificate Select whether to Upload certificate file or Select certificate template. When you select Upload Certificate, you are directed to a dialog to upload your certificated from your saved files.
    Certificate Authority Select the Certificate Authority and the certificate template from the drop-down menu for your organization group. The certificate authorities and the templates are added for an organization group at Devices > Certificates > Certificate Authorities. This field displays if you choose Select certificate template from the Add Certificate field.
    Certificate Template Select your certificate template and select Add. This field displays if you choose Select certificate template from the Add Certificate field.
    File-Upload Field Select Select File to upload your saved certificate.
    Password Specify a password if the file is protected. Select Add. You will the certificated listed in the Added Certificates section.

     

  6. Select Save & Publish.