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About provided domains

When you sign up for a Chrome Enterprise trial for devices running Chrome OS, you need a domain to manage devices running Chrome OS and users in the Google Admin console. If you don't want to use your own domain, you can get a provided domain. The provided domain name (which you choose) is in the form, for example:

Note: Google reserves the right to terminate a provided-domain account when the trial ends if you decide not to purchase subscription licenses. Other services associated with the account will also be terminated.


  • Quick and easy to set up for a Chrome Enterprise trial.
  • No domain verification needed.
  • Manage up to 50 devices in the trial without signing up for a Google Workspace account.
  • Use it to purchase subscription licenses for the Chrome Enterprise service through an authorized partner.


  • Can’t sign up for Google Workspace services.
  • Can only create up to 10 user accounts. To add more users, you need to add and verify a secondary domain. If you own a domain and want to add more than 10 users, consider using your own domain instead of a provided domain for the trial.
  • Can only purchase Chrome licenses through an authorized partner and not using the Admin console.

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