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Re: Deep Freeze
From: Aaron Grattafiori <nite () sonic net>
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 23:54:48 -0800

Mauricio Montenegro wrote:

Hi, well I used to manage a small cafe which used Deep Freeze so every
time you restart the computer it rollsback into the state you set it
on. It can be easely turned off by restarting the computer and
removing it from the startup on msconfig. Overall for cafes, its a
very good program.


Easily turned off by restarting the computer and removing it from the
startup using msconfig/etc?
But.. all changes are lost on reboot. How exactly would that work??  ( i
sure can't see how it would ).

Deep freeze is a very effective program for the unskilled and even
slightly skilled attacker, compared to a lot of other solutions at least.

-Aaron grattafiori

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