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sheil0223

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does any you guys know the name of the Program that deletes / uninstall recent downloads and installed programs every time pc reboots..

i have 10 workstations, and some of the customers download and install applications.. or save their word files even after printing it and i want to save time in manually deleting and uninstalling them 1 by 1..

i know there's a program that automatically deletes/uninstall recently installed programs and saved files after reboot.. i just dont know what it is.. please help...

Edited by sheil0223, 17 June 2008 - 11:11 AM.

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Hello sheil0223,
Have you tried this program? http://www.faronics..../deepfreeze.asp then in theory you can just click reset and save lots of time.
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yes, I would second that suggestion. There are some other ways of doing it, but I think Deep Freeze is the easiest way to administer those workstations.
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sheil0223

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ok, guys.. thnx lots
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A program I use for that sort of things, is Returnil.

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