Chrome Device Licenses

Licenses and subscriptions for managed Chrome devices

To manage Chrome devices across your organisation, you need a license for each device you want to manage. The license gives you access to device settings in the Google Admin console. Two types of license are available and depending on which one you choose, you may be able to opt for a perpetual or annual license.

You need a license to enroll a device. If you don’t have one, you’ll see an error. You then have to purchase a new license, or if you have annual license subscriptions you can deprovision an enrolled device to make its license available. You can’t transfer a license to another domain.

Chrome device management license

A Chrome device management license is used to configure settings and enforce policies for a specific Chrome device. It gives you access to device settings that let you control user access, customize features, configure network access, and more. You can purchase this license annually or for the life of the device.

Single app Chrome kiosk device

A single-app Chrome kiosk license gives you access to the settings you need to configure, deploy, and monitor a Chrome device running as a single-app kiosk. It’s perfect for a device that is used exclusively as a kiosk, say for a digital sign or point-of-sale system in a store. However, it can’t be used for public-session kiosks.

License subscriptions

Depending on your needs you can purchase either a Perpetual or
Annual licence. There are terms and conditions on both types and it is best if you contact us so we can best advise you on what suits your needs.

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