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08 Nov 2010  
SledgeDG

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

What you need is something like Steady State (a Software for libraries Internet cafes and such) Which enables you to have a fresh clean PC after every reboot.
Unfortunately Steady State isn't working on se7en
But Microsoft published a paper how to set up Windows 7 to resemble the workings of Steady State as close as possible:

Download details: Creating a Steady State by Using Microsoft Technologies

The other way would be to set a restore point and have your Computers go back to that point every morning (it basically restores the complete registry and shouldn't take more than say 5 mins)
Registry - Backup and Restore

Good Luck

-DG
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