Chrome Management needs to be turned on first before enabling this setting.
Once Chrome Management and this setting are enabled, users who are signed in to Chrome on Android with your organization's account will begin receiving the user settings you set.
Intelli Mirror technologies relate to the management of disconnected machines or roaming users and include roaming user profiles, folder redirection, and offline files.
To accomplish the goal of central management of a group of computers, machines should receive and enforce GPOs.
Group Policy, in part, controls what users can and cannot do on a computer system: for example, to enforce a password complexity policy that prevents users from choosing an overly simple password, to allow or prevent unidentified users from remote computers to connect to a network share, to block access to the Windows Task Manager or to restrict access to certain folders.A GPO that resides on a single machine only applies to that computer.To apply a GPO to a group of computers, Group Policy relies on Active Directory (or on third-party products like ZENworks Desktop Management) for distribution.The first place to check is the Scope Tab on the Group Policy Object (GPO).If you are configuring a computer side setting, make sure the GPO is linked to the Organization Unit (OU) that contains the computer.