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Comment Use Deep Freeze or Drive Shield (Score 1) 366

If the problem is the user hosing up the system or the potential for viruses, then you need a product like Centurion Guard DriveShield or Faronic's http://www.faronics.com/ Deep Freeze.

Both basically allow full access to the system but simply delete all changes after a restart.

Most schools, colleges, and public libraries use a product like DriveShield or Deep Freeze to keep their computers running.

Another possible option is WinXP with the Microsoft Shared User Computing Toolkit. A little harder to setup but free.

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