How to install the Securly SSL certificate in the G Suite Admin Console?


Before you start using Securly DNS filtering you should ensure that you have the Securly SSL certificate on all devices, this includes Chromebooks. If you are only using the Securly Chrome extension for filtering you do not need the SSL certificate. We are able to use the Google filtering API to see all HTTPS traffic. Installing the certificate does not control the level of filtering provided. The certificate is in place to provide the best browsing experience. The certificate never turns on filtering for any device.

To install the SSL certificate in your G Suite admin console:

  1. Download the certificates attached at the end of this article.
  2. Login to your G Suite admin console at
  3. Navigate to Devices > Chrome devices certificatenew1.jpg
  4. Select Networks from the Devices dropdown.      certificatenew2.jpg
  5. Scroll down to Certificates and select Add Certificates. certificatenew3.jpg certificatenew4.jpg
  6. Upload the SSL file from step 1. certificatenew54.jpg
  7. Once the certificate is uploaded check the ‘Use this certificate as an HTTPs certificate authority’ checkbox.
  8. Click ‘Save’ in the bottom right corner.
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