Thanks Michael! We have looked in to LTSB but there seemed to be issues with really being able to deploy it? I will forward this to the person who was working on our Windows solutions. Thanks again.

On 10/24/2018 10:28 AM, Michael Schell wrote:
Hey John,

I can't answer any of your chrome OS questions but wonder if you have looked into using Windows LTSC to avoid the mandatory feature updates. This is our strategy for all of our PCs and it has been working out great.

Windows LTSC <https://www.computerworld.com/article/3250464/microsoft-windows/faq-windows-10-ltsb-explained.html>

Cheers,

Michael

On Wed, 24 Oct 2018 at 09:34, John Merriam <jmerr...@biblio.org <mailto:jmerr...@biblio.org>> wrote:

    Hello.  This isn't really Evergreen related but we are evaluating
    Chrome
    OS (Chrome books/boxes) as an alternative option to offer to our
    libraries due to the issues Microsoft has created in Windows 10 (mostly
    surrounding the mandatory feature updates).

    Does anyone have experience deploying Chrome OS in a consortium or
    large
    library system?

    If so, what issues have you run into?

    If we decide to move forward with a Chrome OS option we would likely be
    recommending it only for patron facing machines.  We assume Chrome OS
    probably wouldn't be a good fit for staff machines.

    Thank you!

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    John Merriam
    Evergreen Systems Specialist
    Bibliomation, Inc.
    24 Wooster Ave.
    Waterbury, CT 06708
    203-577-4070 x108



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Michael Schell
Systems Administrator
Fort Erie Public Library
905-871-2546 x301
msch...@fepl.ca <mailto:msch...@fepl.ca>
www.fepl.ca <http://www.fepl.ca/>

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John Merriam
Evergreen Systems Specialist
Bibliomation, Inc.
24 Wooster Ave.
Waterbury, CT 06708
203-577-4070 x108

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