The Chromebook management console offers policies to enforce a proxy,
or set your own URL whitelists and blacklists -- which method you
choose would be dependent on how much you want to block, and whether
you want to use a third-party filtering service to do it.
The management console also allows you the ability to pre-install
Check out more info about the management console at
Hope that helps!
On Apr 30, 12:12 am, xwisdom <xwis...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to use chromebooks in a small computer Lab environment
> In addition, is it possible to share a paid web app on a chromebook
> Best regards,
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