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    Free equivalent of Deepfreeze

    Is there a free equiv. of deepfreeze, or is it possible to script actions in SteadyState.

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    Re: Free equivalent of Deepfreeze

    you can get some scripts for steady state from the ms site.
    These scripts enable you to change the settings on remote PCs from save changes to discard changes.
    BUT there is no way to turn disk protection on for the first time via script.
    I imaged a PC using ImageX what had the disk protection turned on and set to save changes, it worked but maybe I was lucky.

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    Re: Free equivalent of Deepfreeze

    If your using the 2.5 Beta you can use

    To enabled WDP, run the following command from an administrator account:



    "C:\Program files\Windows SteadyState\sctui.exe" /EnableWDPAndReboot



    To disable WDP:



    "C:\Program files\Windows SteadyState\sctui.exe" /DisableWDPAndReboot



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