Has anybody figured out in current version Google Chrome how to enforce incognito mode (private mode)? As anybody knows in education, expecting students to log out of registration or instructional websites doesn't always happen and occasionally another student or individual will come along and be able to access the previous user's private data. About the only 'sure' way we have 'fixed' this is to encourage students to reboot the computer after they are done. Most of the browsers have an enforceable privacy mode, but Google Chrome doesn't seem to.
Any suggestions or ways you have managed to do this would be greatly appreciated!
@BerkleySupport he's asking for the exact opposite of that... he wants the browser to ALWAYS be incognito.
I did a quick look and the only way that I could find on short notice is to replace the chrome shortcut with a script that launches it in incognito, maybe give that a try. script info is here
I don't think this is the best way to go about this problem tho, i think setting up a guest account and idle logout timers probably a cleaner solution.
In case anyone else finds this via search before this page - there is currently a "2" option that forces incognito for the setting:
defaults write com.google.chrome IncognitoModeAvailability -integer 2