May 18, 2018 · Google Chrome OS v66 introduced a new feature where user can SSO to the network using Google login credentials. Previously, when the network requires 802.1X authentication, the Chromebook user had to sign-in to the Chromebook using Google account and then connect to the network by providing credentials which may or may not be identical to the Chromebook sign-in credential.
May 10, 2016 · In this case no version number is reported, perhaps because the OS is using a generic Atheros driver that is packaged with the Linux kernel. Below is the output of the same commands on an HP Chromebook 11 G4 running Chrome OS 41. This machine has an Intel Wireless-AC 7260 chipset and the driver and firmware-version are listed.
Enter the network information in the box that appears. Select Connect . Information for this network is automatically saved so that you can connect automatically later.
Apr 04, 2013 · I wanted to check here to see if anyone else is experiencing the same issue or if anyone has been successful in connecting their Chromebooks to their secured network. We have two SSIDs. One is a guest network that is open but requires a guest login. The other is our secured network and uses WPA2-Enterprise/AES, PEAP, and MSChapv2.
Native Chrome OS support. The DisplayLink software driver is inboxed in ChromeOS from build R51 (released in June 2016). All Chromebooks using ChromeOS build R51 or later will work with DisplayLink docks and adapters without additional driver installation.
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