Why is my extension installing on all Chrome browsers instead of just Chromebooks?
The default method to deploy an extension via the Google Admin is by assigning that extension to an OU where extensions are deployed to the user account. This means that anytime that account is used to log in to a Chrome instance, whether that be browser or Chrome OS, the assigned extension will also be pushed out.
Unfortunately, with the way that Google Admin has engineered the deployment by user account, there's very little granularity to the forced installation of extensions.
For more information about how this management process works, check here
Mass Deploying Lenovo NetFilter for Chromebooks
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Overview This article explains how to install the macOS client on an individual student device (MacBook, iMac, etc.). You must have local administrator rights to install software on the student devices in order to perform the steps below. Run the ...
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Overview This article explains how to install the Windows client on an individual student device. You must have local administrator rights to install software on the student devices in order to perform the steps below. Run the Lenovo NetFilter ...
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Overview This article explains how to install the Lenovo NetFilter client on an individual device via Command Line. For instructions on deploying the Lenovo NetFilter client to a large number of devices, see Deploying Lenovo NetFilter Client Using ...
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