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I can setup the home page on Chrome with the GPO. Is it possible to redirect the bookmarks to a user's network folder ? Any solution on this ?

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Thanks, but it doesn't have the option to redirect the location of bookmark. Any advise further ?

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Success! I've finally got the policies implementing correctly!

here is what worked for me. I'm running 2k8 on a virtual server for my dc and deploying Chrome 15 to Windows XP client machines. The only method that produced results with policies is to use the ADMX template in the Computer Configuration > Admin Templates. I initially stuck with setting the policies under User Config due to most other edugeekers seeming to have success that way. I was then able to lock down the policies, get my extensions working beautifully, etc. etc. I'm a very happy man right now.
 
The ADM template had no luck any which way I used it so just gonna throw that out with the trash. Thanks for everyone's posts!

http://www.edugeek.net/forums/windows/62973-google-chrome-adm-admx-2.html
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Copying the bookmark file may not be a solution for us. Does it mean Chrome bookmark couldn't be redirected to a network share ?

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Tks. Find the setting in GPO.
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