Traing/School computers

  rowdy 20:03 04 Nov 04

A while back I read with interest a post about a program used in a school IT Lab that could reset all the computers back to original status after each lesson. I presume that this was done across the network by an administrator.

I am at present involved with setting up 10 computers, all with Win2000, for use by a Charity involved with young people and would like something like this program. Can anyone recall the program or have practical experience of it.


  spikeychris 20:14 04 Nov 04

One of the most used apps is Deepfreeze. click here

  rowdy 20:26 04 Nov 04

Thanks that looks just what I was thinking about.


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