Does anyone know how to delete extensions that school administrator has enforced on Chromebook?

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We have our own individual Chromebooks that our School gave to us, but the administrator enforced in our extensions that we cannot delete certain extension on our Chromebook. It shows that the delete bar is gone and on the side of enable/disable it shows that we can't click on it and it says "This

We have our own individual Chromebooks that our School gave to us, but the administrator enforced in our extensions that we cannot delete certain extension on our Chromebook. It shows that the delete bar is gone and on the side of enable/disable it shows that we can't click on it and it says "This extension has been enforced by Administrator". Please help.
Also please don't get on here just to say stupid stuff like "Wow, I hope your school see's this" Cause I don't want to hear it If you don't want to see what I have to ask and all you have is negative comments then please get off the thread.

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Brandon:
completely agree with Dave. you have no right to delete anything, it doesn't belong to you. you're school paid for it you should respect that the fact theres just extensions on it instead of not having them at all.

Be careful next time when posting questions like this as your asking people to give probably illegal information on how to get pass something your school has to do by law.

you have also been reported

Dave:
Simply put, it's not your Chromebook, and you have no right to delete anything. Doing so or attempting to do sound could literally get you suspended or expelled.

Sorry that's not the answer you're looking for. What you are asking is also a violation of the Y!A Terms of Service. You have been reported.

?:
Do you really think you are more clever than the admins? They actually had the brains to study at school and that is why they earn good money to stop idiots trashing their machines.
chrisjbsc:
Breaking school equipment is bad. Breaking school rules is bad. You are likely to be expelled from school for breaking the rules.
Jim P:
This (so-called) issue is quite easily resolved.
BUY your own Chromebook.

Simple!!

Randy:
Ask someone

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