1. Turn on the Chrome device and follow the onscreen instructions until you see the sign on screen. Don’t sign in yet.
  2. Before signing in to the Chrome device, press Ctrl+Alt+E to go to the enrollment screen.
  3. Enter the username and password.
    password: same password.
  4. Click Enroll device. You’ll receive a confirmation message that the device has been successfully enrolled.
  5. Click Done to return to the sign-in screen, where you’ll see “This device is managed by” at the bottom.
  1. Turn off the Chromebox and connect the USB keyboard.
  2. Put a paperclip (or pushpin) into the recovery button hole.
  3. Press down the recovery button with a paperclip while turning on the device.
  4. The device displays a yellow exclamation point. Press Ctrl + D on the attached USB keyboard.
  5. Press the recovery button with the paperclip again. The device reboots and displays a red exclamation point.
  6. Press Ctrl + D. The Chromebox reboots and starts the transition to developer mode. This clears all local data and takes approximately 10 minutes.
  7. After start-up – as indicated on the screen – press the Spacebar, and then press Enter to reboot the device and return to verified mode.
  8. Now re-enroll the Chromebox according to the setup instructions.

Are you ready to take it to the next level?