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How to Configure Managed Google Play Enterprise

Updated on May 4th, 2021

This article shows how to configure a managed Google Play Enterprise account for Miradore. It will enable you to provide additional device enrollment and management features and a secure company container for your Android devices.


  • Miradore Premium Plan subscription or active trial.
  • A Google account. (NOTE: Gsuite accounts are not supported)
    • The use of personal Google accounts is not advised. It is better to use an account created for your organization.
    • If you want to publish private apps for your Managed Google Play Enterprise, the Google account must be a developer account and the apps must be added under that account.

Navigate to System > Infrastructure diagram and select Managed Google Play Enterprise from the diagram. Click the Enroll button from the Managed Google Play Enterprise item to proceed. This redirects you to Google's work console where you can register your managed Google Play Enterprise account.


Please ensure that you're signed in with the correct Google account before proceeding. You can later on invite more administrators to your managed Google Play Enterprise. When ready, click the Get started button.


Enter your business name and click Next to proceed.


Fill in the details of your Data Protection Officer and ensure you have read and agreed to the Managed Google Play agreement.


After completing the setup, you can return back to Miradore by clicking the Complete registration button.


You will see a confirmation that your managed Google Play Enterprise has been configured successfully to Miradore.


More information

About Android device management

How to enable work profile to Android devices

How to restrict device users access to public Play Store

How to unenroll managed Google Play Enterprise

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