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Chrome profile

Postby aka » Thu Oct 17, 2013 3:30 pm

All Chrome settings are stored in profile. Need to add plug-in, save user password or coockies? If you need to add any Chrome configuration that is not in WTware configuration file, you are to create your own profile and use it instead of default profile.

1. Start terminal, run Chrome. Perform necessary configuration. The less actions - the less waste things will be saved in profile, the smaller will be profile.

2. CLOSE CHROME.

3. On another computer open in browser secret link http://192.168.1.100/chrome/00/chprf.zip
Specify instead of 192.168.1.100 IP of the terminal, where you performed 1 and 2 items. Instead of /00/ - monitor number and virtual screen number, where Chrome was running. I.e. /00/ means first virtual screen on first monitor, also means that there's no other screens and monitors configured. /13/ - fourth virtual screen on second monitor.

4. In archive chprf.zip will be a lot of unnecessary things, which can be accurately removed. To profile chprf.zip from WTware distributive we added adblock plus plug-in and removed almost all unnecessary things as we suppose. It's size is less than 0.5MB.

5. Rename your chprf.zip to some myprofile.zip and copy it to C:\ProgramData\WTware\Chrome directory.

6. In terminal configuration file specify:

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chrome_profile=myprofile.zip


Repeat until the desired result. If this configuration is rather interesting - let us know, perhaps we'll add it to WTware configuration file parameters.

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