Deployment of the Chrome plugin requires user compliance and accepting the plugin in the chrome browser, it is not possible to automate this because the plugin is not available in the Chrome Web store. Is there a plan to publish this plugin in Chrome Web Store? More details below.
Step 4: Publish in the Chrome Web Store
As a developer, you can choose to make apps and extensions available for everyone or control who can install them. There are 4 ways you can publish app and extensions in the Chrome Web Store:
Public—Everyone can see and install the app or extension.
Unlisted—Only users with the app or extension link can see and install it. The app doesn’t appear in the Chrome Web Store search results. You can share the app or extension link with users outside your domain.
Private—Only users in your domain can see and install the app or extension. Or, you can restrict the app or extension to trusted testers that you specified in your developer dashboard.
Group publishing—Only available if you pay a one-time developer signup fee. Or, if at least one extension is added to your list and set to private. For instructions, read Set up group publishing.
To add an app or extension in the Chrome Web Store, zip the folder that contains your files. Then, Publish it in the Chrome Web Store.