In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to set up ScreenCloud in kiosk mode on a Chrome device with a Chrome license.
Part 1: Set up G Suite and purchase Chrome licenses
A breakdown of what you will need and related costs
If you're feeling confused, don't worry, we understand there's a lot to take in here. Let's break down exactly what you will need and the related costs:
Set up G Suite and purchase Chrome licenses
As noted above, to set up Google G Suite you will need your own domain that you will connect with your G Suite account. Then, while setting up G Suite you will also be required to set up at least 1 user account to be an administrator account. We recommend getting a G Suite Basic account at $6 per user a month or a G Suite Business account at $12 per user a month.
- Purchase Chrome Kiosk or Chrome Enterprise without trial (annual subscription only)
To learn more about how to get Chrome licenses manually, read the "purchase upgrades using the Admin console" section of this help article from Google.
Set up ScreenCloud as your kiosk app in CDM
3.1. If your Chrome device has been used prior to this setup, you will need to wipe your device. If this is a new device you can go to Step 3.2.