In this post, which is a follow-up to this post, http://www.peppercrew.nl/how-to-install-google-chrome-on-a-terminal-server/, I will describe how you can configure Google Chrome on a Terminal Server.
After installing Google Chrome on a Terminal Server you want to configure Google Chrome with group policy’s. I used the policy from this site: The Chromium Projects.
In this policy you want to configure a path where the user data and browser cache are stored. By default the Google Chrome user data is stored under the folder Local Settings, the part of the user profile that does not roam at logoff. If you don’t enter a different path here the user changes in Google Chrome are not saved at logoff. At first I entered the path to the user terminal server home directory (\\server\TSProfiles\%username%\Chrome\User Data).