I need to update/change network settings on an ASUS chromebox that is in kiosk mode. What steps do I need to follow to get this to work?

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Posted 4 years ago

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While the Chromebox is starting up, press the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Alt+S to interrupt the process and return to the login screen.  Once logged in, you can go to the settings and adjust the network settings.
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Thanks for the reply Neal. The reason I ask is that I have seen other users in different discussions state that the CTRL+ALT+S sequence does not work for them on the ASUS Chromebox. You are saying that it does work and will allow me to change the settings? How long do I have to perform that key sequence after restarting the chromebox? Thanks!
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I might have given in too soon, but our SSID changed two weeks ago and I went through the powerwash to change the network settings. CTRL + ALT + S only seems to apply in "Single App Kiosk" mode not "Permanent" kiosk mode, which mine was in also.
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I apologize. NOT POWERWASH.

I went through the FULL WIPE:

https://support.google.com/chrome/a/answer/1360642?hl=en
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No, this device is not managed by Google Device Manager. I did notice that there was some small font that said configuration manager. When I clicked on that it gave me the option to change network settings. It is now up and running. Thanks.
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For future reference, where did you see the "configuration manager"? Did you use a keyboard command?
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If I recall correctly it was right under where it says Rise Vision App Player when it is starting up. Small blue font. I almost missed it since it didn't look like a link. Since my player wasn't connecting, I had plenty of time to look at the screen and see it. Once you click it you can get to various network settings as well DNS and proxy settings.