June 19, 2024
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Are the domain users using Google chrome? Do they update their Google chrome? Today, I am going to show you how to use group policy to manage Google chrome auto update.

Are the domain users using Google chrome? Do they update their Google chrome? Today, I am going to show you how to use group policy to manage Google chrome auto update.

1.Login to Domain controller server.

2.Download and unzip the Google update administrative template XML-based (ADMX).

https://dl.google.com/update2/enterprise/googleupdateadmx.zip

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3.Copy google.admx and GoogleUpdate.admx to the Central Store Policy Definitions folder (C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol\XXXX.com\Policies\PolicyDefinitions).

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4.In the GoogleUpdateAdmx/en-US folder, copy the google.adml and GoogleUpdate.adml files to en-US folder of the Central Store Policy Definitions folder (C:\Windows\SYSVOL\sysvol\XXXX.com\Policies\PolicyDefinitions\en-us).

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5.On the Server Manager, select Tools, click Active Directory Users and Computers.

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9.On the Active Directory Users and Computers page, right -click Users OU, select New, click Group.

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6.On the New Object – Group page, type the group name in the Group name field (in my case is Google Update PCs Test), select Global Group scope, select Security Group type, click OK.

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7.Right-click the new create pilot group, select Properties.

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8.On the Properties page, select Members tab.

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9.On the Members tab, click Add.

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10.On the Select Users, Contacts, Computers, Service Accounts or Groups page, click Object Types.

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11.On the Object Types page, select Computers, click OK.

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12.On the Select Users, Contacts, Computers, Service Accounts or Groups page, type the pilot machine name in Enter the object names to select, click OK.

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13.On the Properties page, verify the pilot machine was be added, click OK.

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14.Open Server Manage, select Tools, click Group Policy Management.

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15.On the Group Policy Management page, right-click Group Policy Objects, select New.

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16.On the new GPO page, type GPO name in the Name field (in my case is Google Chrome Update_test), select none at Source Starter GPO, click OK.

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17.On the Group Policy Objects, right-click the Google Chrome Update_test object.

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18.on the Computer Configuration page, expend Policies, expend Administrative Templates, expend Google, Expend Google Update, select Applications, double-click Update policy override default.

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19.On the Update policy override default page, select Enabled, select Always allow updates (recommended) at Options, click OK.

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20.On the Applications page, select Google Chrome, double-click Update policy override.

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21.On the Update policy override default page, select Enabled, select Always allow updates (recommended) at Options, click OK.

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22.Verify the settings, close Group Policy Management Editor.

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23.On the Google Chrome Update_test page, select Scope tab.

41.On the Security Filtering page, select Authenticated Users, click Remove.

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25.On the remove waring page, click OK.

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26.On the Group Policy requires warning message, click OK.

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27.On the Security Filtering page, click Add.

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28.On the Select User, Computer, or Group page, type Google Update Pcs Test in the Enter the object name to select field, click OK.

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29.Verify the Google Update PCs Test security group was bee added into Security Filtering.

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30.On the Group Policy Management page, right-click the domain name (or test OU), select Link an Existing GPO.

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31.On the Group Policy objects, select Google Chrome Update_test, click OK.

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32.Verify the GPO link to Domain.

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