Control Cloud Access to Google G Suite

This procedure describes how to add a new Tenant Controls setting to Umbrella and allow access to the cloud-based application Google G Suite. Once added, this setting can be selected when adding a ruleset to the Web policy. Settings created here can be reused in multiple rulesets. For more information rulesets, see Add a Ruleset to the Web Policy.

Note: Tenant Controls is only available for the Web policy.


The following Google G Suite specific data is required to configure Tenant Controls settings and allow access to to the cloud-based suite Google G Suite:

  • Domains
    For more information about this data and how to acquire it, see G Suite Admin Help. Scroll to "Use a web proxy server to block accounts".


  1. Navigate to Policies > Policy Components > Tenant Restrictions and click Add or expand the default Global Tenant Controls setting.
    Note: Tenant Controls is enabled by default for a ruleset. The ruleset uses the default Tenant Control setting if no other Tenant Control setting is configured for that ruleset.
  1. Give your configuration a good descriptive Setting Name and select Google G Suite.
  1. To grant access to Google G Suite from within your organization:
    a. Add an enterprise domain and click Add.
    Note: You can add multiple domains.
  1. Click Save.
    This new Tenant Controls setting is now available for selection when you add a ruleset to the Web policy.

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