Note: Policy management is generally intended for IT/Network admins who use on-site tools to set browser policies on corporate-managed computers.
You can use Windows Group Policy (or your preferred configuration tool) in conjunction with the Chromium's provided Policy templates to easily install, update and enforce both Device-level and/or OS-level policies.
For Windows users, there are ADM and ADMX policy templates. You will need to verify which type of template you can use on your network. These templates show which registry keys can be set to configure Brave and what values are accepted. once set, Brave will use these values to determine how to behave.
Note: For Windows users, you can control policy via the Windows registry and also using Group Policy using
.admx policy templates. At this time, we do not have
.admx templates available, but are working to implement them. We can, however, share a way to discover which policies are available and how to set them using the Windows registry.
- Download Chrome policy templates:
1. Since Brave runs on the Chromium engine, you will download and use the same template bundle provided by Google.
3. You can find and view the HTML pages that document all available flags in
~\policy_templates\common\html\en-US(or whatever your preferred locale may be)
4. An example (Windows specific) registry file which shows all possible values set is provided in
Note: On Windows, instead of using
(as this only applies to Google Chrome), the correct registry key will be
- Set policies via Registry
1. Create an empty
2. Set all desired values in this new registry file.
3. Deploy your
.regfile using your enterprise solution
Brave Specific Policy Settings
Some policy settings will be unique to Brave and will have their own associated Keys and values.
|TorDisabled||0 (default), 1||
0 = Tor enabled
1 = Tor disabled
0 = Disabled
1 = Enabled