Silently Install Google Chrome Enterprise 58.0.3029.110

from the Package Library

Step 4. Deploy a silent install of Google Chrome Enterprise 58.0.3029.110 to multiple machines

  1. Download and install PDQ Deploy
  2. Enter License Key information
  3. Import the Google Chrome Enterprise 58.0.3029.110 package into PDQ Deploy
  4. Right-mouse click on the imported package > Deploy Once
  5. Choose Targets from Active Directory, PDQ Inventory, Target List, etc.
  6. Click Deploy Now

About Google Chrome Enterprise

Google Chrome Enterprise (with BOTH 32-bit and 64-bit installers).

Google auto update is now forcing 64-bit computers with more than 4 GB of RAM to install the 64-bit version of Chrome. As a result we have consolidated both architectures into the same package.

64-bit targets will install the 64-bit Chrome regardless of how much memory the system has.

Chrome must be restarted on the target computers before the new version is available.

This installs Chrome for all users of a computer as opposed to the standard Chrome install which only installs per user.

Adobe Flash (PPAPI) is no longer included in Google Chrome Enterprise but it will be automatically installed inside of Chrome when needed unless a target computer cannot access the internet or has the policy “Enables component updates in Google Chrome” disabled. In cases where component updates cannot be upgraded in Google you may use the Adobe Flash for PPAPI package in the Package Library.

Auto Update disabled.

Requires Windows 7 or later. XP and Vista are no longer supported.

Here is the note from Google explaining why they are forcing computers to run the 64-bit Chrome as of version 58.0.3029.96:

chromereleases.googleblog.com/2017/05/stable-channel-update-for-desktop.html

Google Chrome Enterprise was released on May 9th 2017

About PDQ Deploy

PDQ Deploy is a software deployment tool that allows system administrators to deploy a silent installation of almost any application or patch unattended to multiple computers simultaneously.

Deploy allows you to update pretty much any application whether it's an msi, exe, batch file, or powershell script.