This guide assumes that browsers in your organization have already undergone the steps required to be managed via the Google Admin console. For more information on enrolling browsers, see the ‘Set up Chrome Browsers’ guide in the admin console.
The Google Admin console is referenced throughout this guide, and you could have access to the needed functionality by having any one of the following Google products in your organization: Google Workspace, Chrome Browser Enterprise Support, Chrome Enterprise Upgrade, Chromebook Enterprise devices, Cloud Identity or Chrome Browser Cloud Management.
Add the Push Security browser extension
Log in to the Google Admin Console with an account that has the “Super Admin” role assigned.
Note: It’s also possible to assign the minimum required privileges to a custom role. When creating a custom role in Google Admin Console, select the “Services > Chrome Management > Settings > Manage User Settings > Manage Application Settings” privilege.
Next, head over to the. Be sure to select the relevant organizational unit (1) in case this is a targeted deployment. Add the Push Security browser extension to your console by clicking the yellow + sign at the bottom-right of your screen (2).
Clicking on the Add the Chrome app or extension by ID button (3) will open a frame in your browser and allow you to provide an Extension ID. Enter dljjddkmmcminffjbcmeccgfbjlhmhlm (4) and click SAVE (5) to add the Push Security extension to your environment. This step will take a few seconds to complete.
Generate the extension config
Before applying the extension's deployment settings, you need to generate a config file within the Push app. Skip to the next step if you’ve already done so.
In the Push app, head to thesection (6), and click on Enrollment options (7).
On the popup frame, click on the Managed button (8).
Next, click on the Managed Chrome button (9), followed by Generate config (10). This will provide you with a button (11) to download a config file specific to your team.
Once you’ve downloaded and extracted the zip file, head back to where we left off in the Google Admin Console.
Apply the extension policy
Your admin console should show a slide-out frame on the right side of the screen with configuration options for the Push Security extension. If it's not visible, click on the extension and the frame should open up.
With the Push Security extension configuration pane open, upload the config generated by the Push app (policy.txt) by clicking on the upload icon (12) next to the Policy for extensions item. Click SAVE (13) at the top right.
Lastly, set the installation policy to Force Install (14). Finalize the changes by clicking SAVE (15).
The Push browser extension should now start rolling out to users in the selected organizational unit.
If you have any questions or you need help setting up,and the Push team can help.