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    Spyware/AV scans etc

    Am running an in-house cyber-cafe for employees at my radio-station. However, instead of increasing productivity, we spend a lot of time running anti-virus software and spy-ware scans. Is there any way to improve the situation and automate these and other system utility tasks?

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    welcome to techzonez

    you may try a program that will revert your computers to the exact way you wanted them everytime you restart.

    this removes all cookies spyware tojands and any system files that were replaced

    one such program is called deepfreeze
    http://www.deepfreeze.com.au/
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    Quote Originally Posted by egghead View Post
    welcome to techzonez

    you may try a program that will revert your computers to the exact way you wanted them everytime you restart.

    this removes all cookies spyware tojands and any system files that were replaced

    one such program is called deepfreeze
    http://www.deepfreeze.com.au/
    egghead, thanks for the quick response and the warm welcome!
    this sounds interesting. do you know how it works, and do you have any personal experience using it in a workstation environment? thanks in advance for the reply

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    If windows isn't required, a Knoppix boot CD should take care of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Booger View Post
    If windows isn't required, a Knoppix boot CD should take care of it.
    interesting idea, big B! but we also run some apps (games, primarily) on it which require winbloz.. so even if we want to, we can't ...

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