Updated by Chris. Casal, 4/2014
SET UP A NEW
CHROMEBOOK
Follow these instructions for Enterprise Enrollment of DOE-
purcha...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
PREFACE
All DOE Chromebooks SHOULD be “enterprise enrolled” with a master user within the
d...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 1
Power up and you’ll see this screen
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 2
“Select a network” by scrolling down the drop-down and
selecting “Other Wi-Fi networ...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 3
Enter DOE Wi-Fi information and click “Connect”
SSID: your DOE network name
Security...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 4
Accept and continue
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 5
Due to the DOE proxy you will see this. Click on the network
name drop-down menu at ...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 6
Scroll down the network list & click on “Proxy settings”
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 7
Choose “Automatic proxy configuration” and check
“Use an auto-configuration URL”
Enter...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 8
Chrome will connect & update... Give it a few minutes...
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 9
When you see this DO NOT SIGN IN!
Click Ctrl-Alt-E
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 10
After Ctrl-Alt-E the login screen will switch to “enterprise enrollment”
You should...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 11
Once you log in you’ll see the above screen
Click “Done”
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 12A
After successful “enterprise enrollment” you will return to a standard
“Sign in” s...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 12B
Log in as your Chromebook “owner” account again
Not required but useful to “set ow...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 13A
After you enter the ownership credentials you should see your user avatar
We use o...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 13B
Select your logo
Click “Ok”
Monday, April 28, 14
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 14
This is the desktop of a successfully logged in & enrolled device
using our @ps10.o...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 15
Click the task bar on the bottom right of the desktop to verify the
user & wi-fi set...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
STEP 16
When you log out and get to this, the main log-in screen, you are
done.
Shut down o...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
MOVING FORWARD
Once the device is enrolled and the domain owner account is active, you can ...
Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014
CREDITS
Created by Chris Casal
ComputerTeacher,Technology Coordinator, and PS10.org Google ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

NYCDOE Chromebook Setup

1,912 views

Published on

Brief tutorial on setting up a Chromebook, using Enterprise Enrollment, within the New York City Department of Education (please note - in order to be fully effective you will need to know your local wifi settings. In addition, if you are not NYCDOE ignore the slides on proxy settings. These proxy settings only work within a DOE building)

Published in: Education, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,912
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
24
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
16
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

NYCDOE Chromebook Setup

  1. 1. Updated by Chris. Casal, 4/2014 SET UP A NEW CHROMEBOOK Follow these instructions for Enterprise Enrollment of DOE- purchased Chromebooks on a school-owned & managed Google Apps domain Monday, April 28, 14
  2. 2. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 PREFACE All DOE Chromebooks SHOULD be “enterprise enrolled” with a master user within the destination domain using the following directions before any other user can use the device. (you don’t need too but it is highly recommended for ease of use, management, etc). Monday, April 28, 14
  3. 3. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 1 Power up and you’ll see this screen Monday, April 28, 14
  4. 4. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 2 “Select a network” by scrolling down the drop-down and selecting “Other Wi-Fi network” Monday, April 28, 14
  5. 5. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 3 Enter DOE Wi-Fi information and click “Connect” SSID: your DOE network name Security:WEP Password: your site’s DOE password Monday, April 28, 14
  6. 6. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 4 Accept and continue Monday, April 28, 14
  7. 7. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 5 Due to the DOE proxy you will see this. Click on the network name drop-down menu at the bottom Monday, April 28, 14
  8. 8. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 6 Scroll down the network list & click on “Proxy settings” Monday, April 28, 14
  9. 9. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 7 Choose “Automatic proxy configuration” and check “Use an auto-configuration URL” Enter the following: http://proxy.nycboe.org/proxy.pac Once entered click the X (top right) to get back Monday, April 28, 14
  10. 10. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 8 Chrome will connect & update... Give it a few minutes... Monday, April 28, 14
  11. 11. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 9 When you see this DO NOT SIGN IN! Click Ctrl-Alt-E Monday, April 28, 14
  12. 12. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 10 After Ctrl-Alt-E the login screen will switch to “enterprise enrollment” You should have a standard domain account setup to act as the “owner” of the device - a single account you use to enroll every device in your domain Monday, April 28, 14
  13. 13. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 11 Once you log in you’ll see the above screen Click “Done” Monday, April 28, 14
  14. 14. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 12A After successful “enterprise enrollment” you will return to a standard “Sign in” screen Notice the bottom - it states “This device is managed by ps10.org” Monday, April 28, 14
  15. 15. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 12B Log in as your Chromebook “owner” account again Not required but useful to “set ownership” of each device. Gives every device a standard initial user - helpful to keep track of setup and for future troubleshooting Monday, April 28, 14
  16. 16. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 13A After you enter the ownership credentials you should see your user avatar We use our school logo to help quickly, visually, recognize an enrolled device Monday, April 28, 14
  17. 17. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 13B Select your logo Click “Ok” Monday, April 28, 14
  18. 18. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 14 This is the desktop of a successfully logged in & enrolled device using our @ps10.org “enrollment ownership” account Monday, April 28, 14
  19. 19. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 15 Click the task bar on the bottom right of the desktop to verify the user & wi-fi settings... Sign out Monday, April 28, 14
  20. 20. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 STEP 16 When you log out and get to this, the main log-in screen, you are done. Shut down or add new user Monday, April 28, 14
  21. 21. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 MOVING FORWARD Once the device is enrolled and the domain owner account is active, you can now log in as any user within your domain Click “Add user” and enter the full user credentials, including the @domain, and the user password Monday, April 28, 14
  22. 22. Updated by Chris Casal, 4/2014 CREDITS Created by Chris Casal ComputerTeacher,Technology Coordinator, and PS10.org Google Apps Administrator PS10 - 15K010 ccasal@ps10.org / ccasal@schools.nyc.gov @mr_casal Monday, April 28, 14

×