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Chrome installation using GPO

Posted on 2013-01-02
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Hi Guys,

We want to install the Chrome on all the workstations in the network. I configured the installation as per the Technet knowledge base but for some reason not able to apply the computer configuration to the workstations. I tried to configure it on a test OU and blocked the inheritance to just  use the Chrome GPO, still does not work.

Can anyone help. If anyone want I can attach the gpresult. Please help.


Regards,

Ajoy
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Have tried it but when I restart the workstation for the GPO to work it does nothing.
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We have moved to SCOM
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Moved to different solution
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