To start with, you need to know that using hardware under Chome OS requires a Google domain and Chrome Enterprise licenses.

Indeed, each Chrome OS player is linked to a Google domain in order to be able to monitor it and administer the various parameters remotely from the Google Admin console.

Setting up the Google domain in kiosk mode

If you have your own Google domain, you will have to create a UO dedicated to digital signage players.

To do this you can follow the following documentation:

https://help.dynamicscreen.com/en/articles/5086561-setup-your-google-domain-in-kiosk-mode

If you don't have a Google domain, contact us.

Associate your Chrome OS hardware on a domain

Once your domain is configured, you will need to enroll your hardware on it.

For this you can follow the documentation:

https://help.dynamicscreen.com/en/articles/4791340-enroll-a-chromebox

Associate your hardware to DynamicScreen

Once the DynamicScreen application has been launched on your screen, follow the documentation: https://help.dynamicscreen.com/en/articles/3185335-associate-a-new-screen

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