Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks

Jul 29 2011   2:17PM GMT

What do you use for a guest operating system?

Karl Gechlik Karl Gechlik Profile: Karl Gechlik

I have recently setup steady state at home for a internet terminal that I am not worried about connecting to my network. The friends and aquantiances can use it, I can use it for testing software or searching on sites that are not very reputable.

When the session is over and the system is restarted it will exactly how the user found it when they started. This is all thanks to Microsoft’s Steady State.

I know other people using other tools and would love to hear from YOU in the comments below what you are using to achieve a static operating system or a read-only system if you will.

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