While Steady State works - and the price is right, Faronic's Deep Freeze
is about $30.00 and requires no manual to install and activate. I'd
suggest that for this situation, it's worth the money.
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At 4/23/2008 03:50 PM Wednesday, Peter Cole wrote:
>I was talking to someone at the IT Conference today about Deep Freeze
>I know Microsoft makes something that is sort of similar that they
>free of charge, but I can't remember the name of it.
It's called Windows Steady State. I learned about it from a GRC
Security Now podcast, www.grc.com/SecurityNow.htm#129 . As I recally
it only works for XP, not Vista.
-- David McFarlane, Systems Designer