Chromebook er administrator låst - skal låses op.

Notebook d.  02. august. 2017, skrevet af cyberxbs
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cyberxbs
 
Ny Bruger
Tilføjet:
02-08-2017 06:54:29
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1/1
Hej med jer.
Nogle der kan hjælpe med dette problem.
Jeg har en Acer Chromebook C810.
Datteren har brugt den til skolebrug i 9 klasse, men er her før sommerferien gået ud af skolen.
Vi vil nu bruge Chromebooken som er vores ejendel da vi selv har købt den til privatbrug.
Men Chromebooken er administrator låst fra skolen af !

Nogle der ved hvordan man fjerner denne administrator låst da vi ikke kan få adgang til den !

De har slettes hendes adgang da hun ikke er tilknyttet skolen mere !

Jeg har prøvet forskellige ting som jeg har fundet på Google men intet har virket.
Deriblandt en sletning af alle data, men dette kan man ikke få lov til da den er administrator låst.

Nogle gode råd !
Ebo
 
Superbruger
Tilføjet:
02-08-2017 07:35:06
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709/10
Kan du ikke få adgang til bios og gendanne fabriksindstillinger ?.


frankthorn
 
Overclocker
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02-08-2017 09:47:38
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61/7
Hvorfor ikke kontakte skolen og bede dem låse den op, så I kan skifte administrator? Hvis I ejer Chromebook'en, kan skolen vel ikke fastholde, at de skal have en administrator på den.


crankyrabbit
 
Elitebruger
Tilføjet:
02-08-2017 10:16:04
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7684/220
#2
+1
Hvor svært kan det være.???? Kontakt skolen og forlang at de fjerner den, eller oplyser dig om hvordan det gøres.. 😴


cyberxbs
 
Ny Bruger
Tilføjet:
02-08-2017 10:43:02
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1/1
Vi har kontaktet skolen vi skal sende serienummeret og de vil så
fjerne deres brugerrettigheder.
Troede bare der var en nemmere måde, eventuelt en formatering da den jo ingen harddisk har så alt kan bare slettes uden problemer.


Toilettaske
 
Ny Bruger
Tilføjet:
02-08-2017 14:12:52
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2/0
Godt at høre I fik det løst. Bios var den anden løsning.


PoloDude
 
Elitebruger
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02-08-2017 18:21:28
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1052/4
#5 hvordan?
"Note: If you're using a Chromebook at work or at school, you can't reset it to factory settings."
https://support.google.com/chr...


PoloDude
 
Elitebruger
Tilføjet:
02-08-2017 18:24:36
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1052/4
#5 sådan der????

https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

"-----------------------------------Getting Into Developer Mode-----------------------------------

-Create a recovery usb with this image

Get access to the motherboard of the Lenovo n22 & Remove the Read Write Screw located on the bottom left of the motherboard to the left of the keyboard ribbon

Go into recovery mode by pressing ESC+REF+PWR and insert the recovery usb which was created earlier

Wait until the recovery process is complete: NOTE-- At the end it should give you an error of sorts, this is GOOD if it doesn't, check that the R W screw is out and that the recovery usb is functioning correctly

On the finished recovery screen hardware refresh the laptop by pressing REF+PWR & take out the usb

Let it boot. This may take a while but it should lead you to the recovery screen again. it definitely should not boot normally

Reinsert the RW screw into the motherboard

Insert the recovery usb once again and go through the recovery process: NOTE: this time it should install without errors if it indeed has errors again, make sure that your RW screw is properly in place

Once intalled, from the recovery success screen press ESC+REF+PWR and quickly take out the usb while it's rebooting

At the recovery screen, press CTR+D, disable OS Verification, press CTR+D and voila -- you it should enter developer mode!!! Hooray!!

-------------------------------Removing Required Enrollment------------------------------------

After it boots into developer mode, press CTR+ALT+F2 the key, this should open a terminal *NOTE: do not connect to wifi and continue the gui setup process; it will re-enable forced enrollment

Remove the R W screw from the motherboard

In the terminal type "chronos"

Then "sudo su"

Then "vpd -l"

This will list a bunch of information. You might see something called "serial_number" and "mlb_serial_number" depending on the chromebook. What you want to do is change all entries that remotely remind you of a serial number in the case of the N22, it would only be "serial_number" and "mlb_serial_number

To change an entry do the following:

'vpd -s "entry"="0"'

Specifically for the N22:

vpd -s "mlb_serial_number"="0"

vpd -s "serial_number"="0"

After that type "dump_vpd_log --force"

Then verify that the serial numbers have changed by typing "vpd -l" again

Then reboot the chromebook by pressing REF+POW

Once rebooted, you may get a weird error saying that "this profile doesn't have permissions" or something like that. If that happens do a powerwash by pressing CTR+ALT+SHIFT+R

Then you should be good to go, you have successfully bypassed Required Enrollment"


Svaret blev redigeret 1 gang, sidst af PoloDude d. 02-08-2017 18:25:18.