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I have a school domain network with children logging onto multiple computers running Windows 7 with a classroom login. Google Chrome has been deployed across the network. What I am finding is that if one student starts using Chrome, no one else using the same account can open chrome on their machines.They can use another browser, just not chrome. When Chrome user closes chrome browser, it is use able by someone else with same account, but again only one other user can have it open. Each class has their own bookmarks. Possible to make that work and if so how?

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Each class (or classroom) has one user profile that should be used by all students in the class, across all computers at the same time? Is that a correct description on how it's setup? – Raystafarian Nov 6 '13 at 10:43
Yes - that is the way it is setup. – Keven Shaw Nov 6 '13 at 18:28

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