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jesse1579

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I work for a school system and we are on the cusp of our summer installs. This year we are upgrading 2 labs and I'm trying to find time saving methods. I previously worked for a local college and while there we used a server-based program to push images out to labs. Basically we had given ip ranges per lab and group log ins. For instance, we had a nursing lab. That lab had one given ip range. We could choose which ids that lab could log in as. They could either log in as any user in the system or set users we assigned. When they did log in basically cloned images was pushed from the server to those machines. If things were added to say my documents or the desktop they wouldn't be saved when the person logged out. The next person could log onto that machine with the very same id, and they would get a clean image. Now for standard ips like professors or other employees our data would save. Anyone have or know of a program like this. I can't seem to remember the name of it and if I could find it it would save me a lot of time.


Thanks in advance
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