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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and lcokedlocked to the board of the Chromebook using the serial number as the ID to push that profile. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and lcokedlocked to the board of the Chromebook using the serial number as the ID to push that profile. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and the Chromebook serial number to force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it into a normal state again.
 
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass, other then the ones who blindly trust damage claims (which is few relative to how many provide pushback). They only ever seem to go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb. Unless it's outright damaged they're probably not going to chase the student down - which is why many of the ex school ones look like crap or border on it.

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and lcoked to the board of the ChromebookChromebook using the serial number as the ID to push that profile. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and lcoked to the board of the ChromebookChromebook using the serial number as the ID to push that profile. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and the Chromebook serial number to force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it into a normal state again.
 
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass, other then the ones who blindly trust damage claims (which is few relative to how many provide pushback). They only ever seem to go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb. Unless it's outright damaged they're probably not going to chase the student down - which is why many of the ex school ones look like crap or border on it.

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and the Chromebook serial number to force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it into a normal state again.
 
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a passpass, other then the ones who blindly trust damage claims (which is few relative to how many provide pushback). They only ever seem to go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb. Unless it's outright damaged they're probably not going to chase the student downdown - which is why many of the ex school ones look like crap or border on it.
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a passpass, other then the ones who blindly trust damage claims (which is few relative to how many provide pushback). They only ever seem to go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb. Unless it's outright damaged they're probably not going to chase the student downdown - which is why many of the ex school ones look like crap or border on it.

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and the Chromebook serial number to force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it into a normal state again.
 
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass. They only go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb. Unless it's outright damaged they're probably not going to chase the student down.
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass. They only go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb. Unless it's outright damaged they're probably not going to chase the student down.

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Bearbeitet von: Nick ,

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and the Chromebook serial number to force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it into a normal state again.
 
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass. They only go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb.
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass. They only go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against. They'll push hard for a Mac that's damaged but a Chromebook is excused because it's a difference in how much the repairs cost to absorb.

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Bearbeitet von: Nick ,

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a ex school district machine since iBoss only ever shows up on those from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and the Chromebook serial number to force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it into a normal state again.
 
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass. They only go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against.
It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around. Schools tend to let abuse go because they're too afraid to hold the kids responsible since the parents cry until they get a pass. They only go after major stuff like screens which are harder to fight against.

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a school forgot to remove itex school district machine since iBoss software is mainly found on ex school ones as a overall general rule - it doesn’t seem to showonly ever shows up on anything elsethose from what I've seen.
The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a school forgot to remove itex school district machine since iBoss software is mainly found on ex school ones as a overall general rule - it doesn’t seem to showonly ever shows up on anything elsethose from what I've seen.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and provide the Chromebook serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove itto force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back tointo a normal state. It’sstate again.

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your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around.
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller with the MBG or contact Google with a receipt and provide the Chromebook serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove itto force things. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back tointo a normal state. It’sstate again.

It’s
your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent. Unless it was a cosmetic unicorn (which is hard to come by from schools) there's more then enough to go around.

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Bearbeitet von: Nick ,

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a school forgot to remove it since iBoss software is mainly found on ex school ones as a overall general rule - it doesn’t seem to show up on anything else.
 
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller or contact Google with a receipt and provide the serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove it. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back to a normal state. It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent.
What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller or contact Google with a receipt and provide the serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove it. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back to a normal state. It’s your call here on what to do, but I’d probably just return it if I bought it because it’s not my fault the seller was negligent.

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a school forgot to remove it since iBoss software is mainly found on ex school ones as a overall general rule - it doesn’t seem to show up on anything else.
The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it. It sounds like a school forgot to remove it since iBoss software is mainly found on ex school ones as a overall general rule - it doesn’t seem to show up on anything else.
 
It sounds like a school forgot to remove it since iBoss Connect is mainly found on ex school ones. WhatWhat you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller or contact Google with a receipt and provide the serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove it. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back to a normal state.
It sounds like a school forgot to remove it since iBoss Connect is mainly found on ex school ones. WhatWhat you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller or contact Google with a receipt and provide the serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove it. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back to a normal state.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Nick ,

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The enterprise enrollment is tied to the serial number and board of the Chromebook. There is no way to get rid of it.

It sounds like a school forgot to remove it since iBoss Connect is mainly found on ex school ones. What you will need to do is return it as defective (because it is) to the eBay seller or contact Google with a receipt and provide the serial number of the Chromebook and have them remove it. Only once it’s removed can you powerwash it and bring it back to a normal state.

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