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Old 11-05-2008, 04:44 PM   #11
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Default Re: Question about how to "foolproof" a computer?

Originally Posted by dsaturday View Post
I guess that would be what I need to due. I thought that there might be something like schools use. When some dumb student messes up a computer is isnt messed up fo good because when it gets turned off. It is exaclty how they left it.

Faeonics Deep Freeze claims that their software does this. This is from their web site:

Absolute Protection
Guarantees 100% workstation recovery on restart

I dont know but thats sorta what I was looking for.
i haven't seen this. at my college, when you log out it restarts the "session". but if a student fucks up the registry...the computer needs to be repaired by the tech dude.

Now what they do at school to prevent shit like this happenings...you just take away user privileges which won't allow them to access shit that could crash a pc. so....get him off Admin!

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