The following example includes all attributes that can be specified when
you create a .yaml file for an access level. A .yaml file is only necessary
if you are creating or modifying an access level using the
gcloud command-line tool.
# Attributes can be included in any order in the condition - devicePolicy: # Must include at least one of the following: allowedEncryptionStatuses: # Must include at least one of the following: - ENCRYPTION_UNSUPPORTED - ENCRYPTED - UNENCRYPTED osConstraints: # Must include at least one of the following: - osType: DESKTOP_CHROME_OS minimumVersion: 11316.165.0 # minimumVersion must be formatted as x.x.x requireVerifiedChromeOs: true - osType: DESKTOP_MAC - osType: DESKTOP_WINDOWS # minimumVersion is not required requireScreenlock: true # requireScreenlock defaults to false if not included requireAdminApproval: true # requireAdminApproval defaults to false if not included requireCorpOwned: true # requireCorpOwned defaults to false if not included ipSubnetworks: # Must include one or more IPv4 and IPv6 CIDRs # Cannot include private IP ranges (e.g., 192.168.0.0/16, 172.16.0.0/12) - 252.0.2.0/24 - 2001:db8::/32 regions: # Must include one or more regions as ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes - US - CH - SG requiredAccessLevels: # Must include one or more existing access levels # Must be formatted as accessPolicies/policy-name/accessLevels/level-name - accessPolicies/247332951433/accessLevels/Device_Trust members: # Must include one or more valid IAM users or service accounts - user:email@example.com - serviceAccount:firstname.lastname@example.org negate: true # negate is not required and can only be included with other attributes # If negate is included, rejects access attempts that match the attributes # in the condition # You can include more than one condition in the .yaml file - ipSubnetworks: - 18.104.22.168/24