I have already tried Esc + power + efresh and it doesn't work. My ChromeBook is a school Acer Chromebook and extensions are blocked as well, and it has no guardian.

Is there any other way to unenroll it, and if not can I do it by opening the ChromeBook and going inside?

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  • Unenroll it from where? – Burgi Feb 16 '17 at 9:09
  • If the Chromebook belongs to the school, why are you trying to unenroll it? Are you supposed to be doing this? Have you spoken with your school technology staff? – music2myear Feb 24 '17 at 22:29

You mentioned that it was given to you by your school? If it was there is a chance it is marked for enterprise management.

A message stating that "This device has been marked for enterprise management by domain.com" means that the device is configured for Forced re-enrollment by the administrator of that domain.

Otherwise could you be more specific and add the exact model of the Chromebook?

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