"How can I reset a managed chrome book back to factory"に関する回答Hey there guys. I hate to break this to you all, but this is nearly impossible. I'm stuck in the exact same situation on a Lenovo Thinkpad 11e Chromebook running Chrome OS 61 Stable-Release (which I'm currently typing this response on). Let me give you some knowledge that I've picked up during my tournament to attempt to gain victory against the Enterprise Admin of my school district: 1) I have bypassed enrollment before...three or four times. It did involve doing exactly what Eric Tribble did (only without me removing the write-protect screw because I honestly don't know where the !&&* it is on my Chromebook). 2) Now, with the completely new device they gave me (same make and model), I can't bypass enrollment for the life of me. If you refer to chrome://policy on an enterprise enrolled device, you'll see the many policies that your Enterprise Admin has set for you. 3) This is the ass kicker of them all...all those policies I just mentioned AREN'T tied to the firmware, the BIOS, or any of that (well they...