Hello Experts, I have a bit of a weird one. For some reason whenever we open Google Chrome we get the problems described above. Its happening on almost all the computers on the network that are part of the domain except for the servers themselves, including the DC, Exchange Server, and a Member file/database server. We have tried a ton of things and I'll try to list them all below, I have also googled this problem but I can't find anything that pertains to our problem specifically.
Things we have tried so far that don't work:
Re-install, Chrome cleanup tool, disabling all extensions, making sure its up to date, using an offline installer, running with no-gpu option, disabling firewall, disabling anti-virus, uninstalling anti-virus, running as admin, running from an admin user (local and domain), turning off UAC, turning on UAC, disabling offline files, enabling offline files, removing and rejoining to the domain.
Things we have tried that will get Chrome to work but can't be used:
Running Chrome off the domain, running with no-sandbox switch, running in safemode with networking.
It would seem to me that the problem has something to do with some service running while the computer is in normal mode on the domain, but I haven't been able to figure out what it is, there is no event logs indicating why this is happening and I can't find any documentation on Chrome to tell me what conditions trigger the sad face state and what is different between no-sandbox mode and regular mode. If I had something like that I might be able to tell what the differences are and try to narrow it down, but at this point everything looks normal.
It is worth noting that on one computer I was able to get Chrome working again after i removed and rejoined it to the domain, but this didn't work on any of the other computers we tried it on. I mirrored the computer that is currently working with chrome in msconfig and still nothing.
Any help in where to look for clues to this, or if someone else has experienced this problem, some insight, would be greatly appreciated.