@jgrubbs Once you've created the file, the name isn't so important, you
can name it whatever makes sense to you. Its just going to get uploaded
to the JSS anyway. I usually store them somewhere on my computer so I
can update settings later without ha...
I just posted an example in another thread:
I just deployed using this method last week, and it works great. It does
remove previously installed extensions as well. We h...
To block specific extensions you need to grab the extension ID. Easiest
way to do that is install the extension in chrome, then go to settings,
extensions, and check the box at the top for developer mode, and you'll
see the ID listed under each exten...
I know this is an old post but I figured I'd provide an update for those
searching for it. I created a plist with the preferences that I wanted
to change (a full list of preferences are listed on the chromium site),
then you can either convert it to ...
If you right click on the .app file, and show package contents, the go
to the contents/resources folder and there is a pkg file you can grab to
use as the installer. You can check out this page that has some more