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    Smile Manage Chrome policies from the Google Admin panel. YAY

    Just seen this

    Google Apps update alerts: Manage Chrome policies from the Google Admin panel

    Admins now have the ability to customize 100+ Chrome policies for users right from the Google Admin panel. That means employees will be able to access pre-loaded applications, custom themes, or a private app web store from any computer -- whether itís the company desktop or personal laptop -- when they sign-in to Chrome with their Google Apps account.
    About time.

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    Does this extend to Chromebooks? That would be good to deploy apps to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberNerd View Post
    Does this extend to Chromebooks? That would be good to deploy apps to.
    Yes it does
    Can't exactly see what you can configure as we don't have any Chrome devices and the options are grayed out.

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    Awesome. Proper management for chromebooks.

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    Yeah makes Chromebooks a more attractive proposition.

    Now, I can see how this new feature is great for Chromebooks but I am trying to see a scenario where managing Chrome is going to improve things?

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