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1.

Power on Chromebook
2. Login to the schools guest W-fi (CPS#####). Ask for Chromebook Enrollment Acctount for
Chromebooks. They should be provided by contact or techco.
3. Uncheck the box for sending anonymous information to Google servers.
4. In the next screen, press CTRL + ALT + E to show Enerprise Enrollment Be sure that Enterprise
Entrollment is displayed before continuing.
a. This process may take a while as it checks software builds with googles servers. If the
devices to dot respond in 10 minutes, shutdown and restart the Chromebooks.
b. Ask the contact or the school to enter or provide the Chromebook Enrollment
Account on ALL CHROMEBOOKS IN THE PO. (This account can be any @cps.edu
account provided from a school contact, teacher, or at last resort, one of your techs
(However, do not use Anthonys acao6@cps.edu moving account for device
enrollment).
After successfully logging in with the enrollment account, you should see This
device is managed by cps.edu
5. Browse as a guest.
6. Browse to admin.google.com in Google Chrome
7. Login with Anthonys CPS account: acao6@cps.edu (twice for each device), search the serial
number of the Chromebook (listed on the bottom of the Chromebook) into the search query on
the left.
a. Once service tag is located, click the checkbox to the left of the the serial number.
b. Click Move To.
c. Select proper school organization.
d. Click move to organization. (to move the serial number to the schools organization).
e. Logout of google admin console
f. Repeat for remaining Chromebooks
8. To setup CPS enterprise network for the moved devices in the current school/PO, call Anthony Cao
and wait for confirmation.
a. Check that each Chromebook automatically connects to the CPS network
b. If the Chromebooks connect to the CPS Enterprise Network without any problems, turn
off devices and perform either of the following:
1. If Chromebook connects to CPS successfully, go to step 10a.
2. If Chromebook has an error in connecting to CPS successfully, go to step 10b.

9. To finish the Chromebooks, either:


a. Setup the Chromebook cart and place the Chromebooks into the cart
b. If contact asks to connect any printers to the Chromebooks,
C. Ask the contact for the proper static IP/ subnet/ domain for the printers . THE PRINTERS

SHOULD BE PREFERABLY HARDWIRED AND CONFIGURED TO THE NETWORK.


I.

EXISTING AND CLOUD PRINTERS CAN BE ADDED TO THE CLOUD OF AN


ACCOUNT IF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS ARE MET:

Printers are hardwired and are setup to use a static IP address, subnet
mask, and gateway address. (Please call Network Operations for available
IP addresses).

a. Printers should be mapped to an existing pc before the Chromebooks pick them up.

Using an existing PC, login to the school-preferred CPS account in


Google Chrome browser. Then go to Settings -> Show Advanced
Settings ->
Under Google Cloud Print, select Manage
Under Class Printers,
Select the printers that you want to register for cloud printing of
network computers to the Chromebooks on the same network. (Note:
Some cloud printers may require additional passwords through
installation media or through their static IP http portal.
Once added, the particular user has enabled cloud printing while
logged into the CPS Enterprise Wi-fi and by using the users CPS
credentials for connecting the network printers.

Chromebook Installation Steps


Dell
1. Dell will be provided with information via Service Manager or
CPS Network Operations team regarding all schools' specific
network information; this information will be updated
periodically as the Network Operations team periodically
performs updates and changes; including school-specific
wireless connection configuration and chromebook enterprise
enrollment account
2. Receive Chromebooks
3. Dell will deliver the Chromebook to the School;
4. Open the box
5. Boot the unit
6. Charge devices to 100%
7. Record serial number and MAC address
8. Place asset tag on unit
9. If ordered with cart, thread power supply in cart
10. Record asset information (Asset tag, serial #, MAC addresses)
into SLA approved Customer asset management form
11. Dell will configure the chromebook(s) to connect to this school
guest network using the information provided in step (1) for
schools guest network
12. Ensure that the chromebook(s) NOT send additional
information to Google;
13. Enroll the chromebook(s) via the cntl-alt-E with the @cps.edu
account provided for device enrollment;
14. .
15. .

16. .
17. Skills transfer to customer

Commented [1]: Brian explained that Dell can either


configure SSID at warehouse OR just deliver to school; latter
has less risk. +jpelton@cps.edu
Commented [2]: DOA deployment can be handled off-site.
Dell does remediation process in CMC and usually discovers
this. For Chromebooks it would require a second touch if
DOA.

a. Turn it on
b. Turn it off
c. Access Gmail/Calendaring
d. Logging into Customer Profile
e. How to restore/re-enroll device
18. Move devices in console
a. Log into the Google Apps admin console at
https://admin.google.edu with the chromebook
moving account provided (this will be a different
@cps.edu account than the enrollment account for
security purposes.);
b. Go into Device Management > Chrome devices >
Devices then find the serial numbers of the
device(s);
c. Select the chromebook(s) and click "Move to" then
select the destination school OU;
d. Log out of Google Admin Console when done;
19. Setup WiFi Profile for school
a. Log into Google Admin Console with @cps.edu
account provided for network configuration;
b. Go into Device Management > Chrome devices >
Network, then navigate to the destination school
OU;
c. Select For Devices tab within the school OU; if no
Wi-Fi named CPS.schoolname is present, select
Add Wi-Fi. Otherwise verify that the
CPS.schoolname network configuration present is
correct. The settings should be as follows from this
workflow:
https://docs.google.com/a/cps.edu/document/d/1
AB_1KbtyQbNRRGTFmFO5pEq_qMlBGrK85zFeEFkb
a2g/edit
i.
Name: CPS.schoolname (identical to the
google OU of the school.)

ii.

SSID: CPS. Check This SSID is not


broadcast & Automatically connect.
iii.
Security type: WPA/WPA2 Enterprise
(802.1X).
iv.
Extensible Authentication Protocol: PEAP.
v.
Inner Protocol: MS-CHAP v2. Outer
identity: [leave blank].
vi.
Username: the specified user ID for this
department's oracle ID, e.g.
INSTR\schoolname-#_wifi.
vii.
Password: the specified password.
viii.
Server Certificate Authority: Do not check
(insecure)
ix.
Proxy settings: Direct Internet Connection
(NEVER TOUCH THIS VALUE)
x.
Restrict access to this WiFi network by
Platform: CHECK only Chromebooks
xi.
Apply Network: by device
d. Select ADD after entering/verifying the
CPS.schoolname-# settings.
e. Select SAVE CHANGES again in the school OU to
establish the WiFi Setting policy.
20. Debris removal
21. Customer sign off checklist
22. Provide Customer asset reporting information

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Brian_Holden@dell.com <Brian_Holden@dell.com>
Fri, Jun 12, 2015 at 2:43 PM
To: j.joseph@wynndalco.com
Cc: j.flores@wynndalco.com, n.bueno@wynndalco.com, a.cao@wynndalco.com, r.trucha@wynndalco.com
Dell Customer Communication

Jai Please see missing information below. Let me know if anything is still outstanding or unclear. Please
schedule the 16 Chromebook for South Shore International early next week as a pilot run and let me know
if you have any issues. You can then schedule the kCura donation (60 Chromebooks, 2 carts, 2 printers)
for later next week once you have confirmed steps at South Shore.

kCura Donation Deployment Information:


Curie HS, 4959 S Archer Ave, Chicago, IL 60632, (773) 535-2100.
Principal: Phillip Craig Perry
PCPerry@cps.edu

Chromebook Process Information:

School Network Information: Connect to the Schools Guest Network when onsite to perform enrollment
and install. Its not going to be named Guest network specifically, but this is the network that is NOT the
802.1x Radius network. Typically it is named CPS12345 or something along those lines. If you are onsite
and it is not clear what network to use, please reach out to the netops team to assist.

Device Enrollment Account: You can use any @cps.edu account from a contact, teacher, or even one of
your techs. I would recommend using the contact of the devices for this account. However, do not use
the Moving Account below.

Moving Account: This is Anthonys @cps.edu account, acao6@cps.edu. Every tech should use this
account as the moving account.

SLA Management Form: Ultimately this is the POD. Dont worry about MAC address. I will work with CPS
to build a simple report that you can pull out of ML that will provide CPS the data in excel form. I just
need to verify the fields they need. This can be done at a later date, so will not hinder install.

Thanks,
Brian Holden
Client Delivery Executive

CPS ENTERPRISE PROFILES; CONTACT ANTHONY SO THAT HE CAN REMOTELEY SET UP CPS ENTERPRISE REMOTELY;
THEN DOUBLE CHECK EACH SYSTEM TO BE SURE THAT IT CONNECTS TO CPS
Chromebook WiFi Policy Creation Workflow
1.
2.
3.
4.

Log in to Google Admin console


Navigate to WiFi Settings.
Navigate to school OU.
Check for presence of and create WiFi Setting (if you've manually done this on one chromebook, it's essentially the
same settings in a web console with a couple additional checkboxes and selections.)
5. Save the settings (twice.)
6. Wash-rinse-repeat for as many sites as you are reconfiguring.
Chromebook WiFi passwords are available from
\\admin\deptdata\Information Technology Services\CEUS\CEUS-CCS\CSS\Chromebooks\wifiaccounts

) PROFILES, CONFTACT ANTHONY CAO FOR HIM TO SET IT UP REMOTELY THEN DOUBLE CHECK EACH SYSTEM TO CONNECT

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Thiscompletespolicycreationforasite.Similarly,youcancreateCPS#FACILITY#WiFiSettingspolicies.
Chromebooksmustbeenrolledandtheirserialnumberssubmittedat
http://goo.gl/R2Pkx7
ThefollowingsectionindicateshowtocleanupaschoolOUofhigherlevelpolicies(manyofwhichwere
erroneouslycreatedbyanerranttechcoorcontractorwhohadbeengiventoomanypermissions.Ideallythe
policiesshouldberecreatedattheappropriatesubOUanddeletedfromthehigherlevel.

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ThefollowingimagesareanexerciseininitiatinganewWiFiSettingforadifferentOU

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Connect your printer to Google Cloud Print

In order to print using the Google Cloud Print service, first connect your printer to the service. Google
Cloud Print can print to either a Cloud Ready printer that can connect directly to the Internet or a classic
printer that is plugged into a Windows or Mac computer with Internet access. If you are using a
Chromebook and you attempt to print, you will be prompted to set up Google Cloud Print to connect a
printer.
Using your Chromebook at work or school? Your network administrator might connect one or more
printers for you, which will be available when you're signed in to your work or school account. Learn
about using a managed Chromebook

Connect a Cloud Ready printer


If your printer is Cloud Ready, follow your manufacturer's provided instructions or see setup information
for Cloud Ready printers.

Connect a classic printer


To connect your classic printer, enable the Google Cloud Print connector using a Windows or Mac
computer that's connected to the printer. You'll need Google Chrome
to be installed on the computer.
If you're using Windows XP, make sure you also have the Microsoft XML paper specification pack
installed.
Don't try to plug your printer into your Chromebook--it won't work!
Once Google Chrome is installed, follow the steps below to enable the Google Cloud Print connector in
Google Chrome.
1. Turn your printer on.

2. Log in to your user account on the Windows or Mac computer.


3. Open Google Chrome.

4. Click the Chrome menu

on the browser toolbar.

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5. Select Settings.

6. Click Show advanced settings.

7. Scroll down to the Google Cloud Print section. Click Add printers.
8. If prompted, sign in with your Google Account.

If you signed up for 2-step verification , you need to enter an application-specific password instead
of your Google Account password. You can generate the application-specific password on your
Authorizing applications and sites
page.
9. Select the printers you want to connect, and then click Add printer(s).

The printer is now associated with your Google Account and connected to Google Cloud Print. You can
print to this printer whenever youre signed in with the same Google Account on your Chromebook.
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How do you Print with a Chromebook?


Rather than connecting to a printer with the usual assortment of physical wires, the Chromebook can
print over the air using Googles revolutionary Cloud Print service. Cloud Print is essentially a
name for the built-in wireless printing feature that comes built into Chromebooks.

Its almost criminally easy to print from your Chromebook using Cloud Print. All you have to do is
hit Ctrl + P, and a dialog window will slide in. Select any options, or just continue with the current
default settings, and the currently-open page will be printed. Simple enough, right? In addition, many
Chrome apps will have a recognizable Print using Google Cloud Print icon. Clicking on this button
will accomplish the same thing.

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The easily-interpreted
Cloud Print icon

With there still being many uses for good, old fashioned paper, printing is still a very important
aspect of cloud computing. One might think theres no way to improve the printing process using
the cloud, since the process involves, well, physical paper. Contrarily, Google developed the Cloud
Print feature to improve the printing experience and really bring it into 2012; no apocalypse
necessary.

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As an added benefit of the cloud, Cloud Print-enabled printers can update their drivers and printer
firmware without requiring you to keep up on it (or worry about installing the latest fixes and
security updates). They will automatically download and keep their firmware current, very much like
a Chromebook itself.

Documents that are sent to be printer using Cloud Print are transferred over a secure, encrypted web
connection the same kind that is used to protect sensitive information like credit card numbers and
so on. Most importantly, documents printed using Cloud Print are not stored after they are printed
(other than in the original place they were saved, if applicable, of course).

don't worry: there are apps for


that. Continue reading
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Further, you can easily share your printer temporarily if the need arises. Say, for example, a friend
comes over and needs to print something from their Chromebook, or any laptop. It just takes a few
clicks in Chrome to make the printer visible and available for your friends computer. Right from
your Chrome dashboard, you can manage printing rights and give, modify, or take away printing
capability for other users any time you want. You can also track print jobs from multiple users,
whether its a few or many. The management and print job tracking capabilities of Cloud Print makes
the service ideal for companies, organizations, and other enterprise-level usage, and are ideally suited
for organizations that use Chromebooks on a large scale.
Naturally, since Cloud Print works over the world wide web, you can print whether youre in the
same room or on a trip across the globe. Start the printing process at home while youre still at work,
or vice versa. Print event tickets from your Chromebook while youre still in bed. Print one of those
weird folding paper box things on your home office printer from the office, from an Einstein
Bros. Bagels in Ypsilanti, Michigan or from a Starbucks in Kazahkstan! Think of the possibilities
especially if you have a 3G Chromebook.

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Coming soon, we will have a full list of the best Cloud Print ready printers for your perusal. In the
meantime, here are two of our current favorite printers that is especially easy to set up with your
Chromebook:

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What about Conventional Printers?

If youre set on using your old existing printer with your Chromebook, dont fret. Googles Cloud
Print service can be set up to work even on older printers that are not specifically designed for the
cloud. However, because older printers (referred to by Chrome OS as classic printers) were
obviously not designed to work with Cloud Print, they will have to be connected to an existing
Windows or Mac computer with the Chrome browser installed. The whole process is rather intuitive,
but here is an exact set of instructions if you need help:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Log into your Google account in Chrome on your Windows or Mac computer.
Click on the Chrome wrench icon.
Select Options (on Windows) or Preferences (on Mac)
Select Under the Hood
Click the Sign into Google Print button.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete setup of your older printer with Cloud Print.

Eureka! Youll now be able to print wirelessly with your older printer using your Chromebook or
any computer with Chrome installed (youll have to be signed into your Google account, of course).

As you can see, its a simple process to configure Cloud Print to work with a conventional printer,
but with the necessity of keeping it connected to a powered-on Windows or Mac computer combined

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1. The HP Photosmart 6510 All-in-One Printer ($110) is Chromebook-compatible / Cloud Print


ready, has great reviews, and provides a host of all-in-one features and great performance for a
low price.
2. The Epson Stylus NX430 Color Inkjet Wireless Small-in-One (C11CB22201) ($90) is another
Chromebook-ready all-in-one printer in a smaller package.

Either of the options above would make an ideal choice for using Cloud Print with your
Chromebook. Because they are designed to be used wirelessly, you do not need to connect them to
another existing computer in order to print on them through Cloud Print, as you would with an older
printer that is not Cloud Ready.

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Selecting a Cloud Print-Ready Printer

Many printers today come ready to be used with Google Cloud Print straight out of the box. Some of
the best available Cloud ready printers come from the most experienced printer companies like
Kodak, HP, and Epson. The process of connecting one of these Cloud Print-ready printers to your
Google account is so straightforward and simple, that it probably does not need much explanation
the best instructions will come from the individual manufacturer of your printer and will be made
obvious in the documentation or quick-start guide when you open the box.

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with the competitive pricing of Google Cloud Print-ready printers, you may find it easier to just get a
new printer. Isnt it time for a new one, anyway? I mean, how long have you been fixing that paper
jam issue? (I know for me its been at least seven years.)

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We have a Samsung Chromebook and HP all in one printer. We can successfully print via cloud
but cannot use the scanner facility as HP only provide drivers for window type applications.
Question? is there an APP we can dowload that will provide the instructions to the printer to
scan

Jack
Posted April 13, 2012 at 7:00 PM

Hi Richard. From what I can gather, HP all-in-one printers often have a web interface
that lets you access all the print, copy, and scan features from your browser (in this case,
in Chrome). Id imagine the method for doing this is specific to each individual printer
brand or model, but Id look up your HP printer by model number and search for web
interface in the documentation or on Google.

Another way to scan with a Chromebook: If your all-in-one printer has a USB port, SD
card slot, or something similar, you might be able to scan to a USB drive or card and then
pop it into your Chromebook and use the scanned files from there, although depending on
your needs, this second method may not be as desirable. I would try the web interface
method above first.
Here is more information.

Also Great question. Well be sure to do a full article about using a scanner or all-inone with scanning features with a Chromebook soon.
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About managed Chromebooks and Chrome browsers


How can I tell if my Chromebook is being managed?

A managed Chromebook is set up and maintained by a school or company.


If you see the

managed icon in the status area in the lower right-hand side of your screen when

you're signed in to your Chromebook, your device is managed.

When you sign in to a managed Chromebook, some features are already set up for you. Your network
administrator can install apps, set up printers, and manage how you use your Chromebook. The
administrator settings may apply to your Chromebook even if you sign in with your personal Google
Account.

How can I tell if my Chrome browser is being managed?

If you're using a managed browser, you'll see a list of policies when you type "about:policy" in the Chrome
browser address bar. If your browser isn't being managed, going to "about:policy," you'll see "No policies
set." Learn more about using Chrome for Work.
Discuss with other Chromies in Chromebook Central.
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Before signing off, be sure that the contact is proficient in the following:

1 Turning the systems on and off.


2. Be able to use Google Calendar/Docs/ Spreadsheets.
3. Is able to Change the Erollment Account at a later date upon his or her needs.