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Windows 7 Fresh Copy

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by RockXP, Feb 26, 2013.

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  1. RockXP

    RockXP Thread Starter

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    Hello

    We have several conference room within our building. Normally techs have to walk around to each conference room and test the machines at end of day, booting, playing videos etc. As we all know, users tend to play around when they have meetings. We are looking into ways to have Windows 7 load a fresh copy of itself each day. Any suggestions?

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  2. valis

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    just lock the machines down; it will be FAR easier and less time consuming than reimaging all the machines.
     
  3. RockXP

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    Locking it down is not an option.
     
  4. md2lgyk

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    Why not? Aren't these company computers? The last place I worked (defense contractor), all the PCs were so locked down that users couldn't even delete a desktop shortcut.
     
  5. RockXP

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    We have over 20 plus conference room to maintain and not enough techs to run and be on stand by for each meeting. Per mgt, they should be able to do whatever they need to conduct business. As a result of this, users are breaking machines so people who use the machine afterwards complain of issues. We are trying to find a way to drop a fresh copy of windows each day.
     
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