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    Since Microsoft has decided not to support Steady State in Windows 7 many libraries and other institutions that supply computers for public use are looking for a replacement. I have seen sandbox applications such as Sandboxie or Virtual Box suggested. These are apparently harder to maintain than Steady State, at least that is what these public institution network admins are saying. This fall I am going to be maintaining a 20 computer public computer lab and was planning on using Steady State. Has anyone seen any other alternatives.

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    Deep Freeze 6.61 I can't comment on it. I havn't tried it.

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    Don't bother looking at "Guest Mode". It was removed and is not in the RTM Windows 7.

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