|19 Oct 2010||#1|
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The way to restore the system after the reboot?
Is it possible for Windows 7 Ultimate, create a System Restore after restarting the computer?
For example I installed fresh system, all configured, create a restore point set that is to be done after every reboot the PC.
At this time I only know that it's possible to create such a point, but you have to manually select and click, and I need an automatic function only when restartach PC.
If anyone knows good on Acronis True Image can somehow there it can be created, for example, restore the system image, which is located in a shared network location, but there are only automatic solutions when you restart the PC.
Thank you in advance for your response ...
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|19 Oct 2010||#8|
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You might want to try Faronics DeepFreeze. It freezes your hard drives, making your Windows indestructible, and prevents against unwanted changes to your workstation (accidental or malicious). It undoes changes after reboot or on system start. Example, like the situation you posted above, I have configured my system and now I don't want to change it, I'll install DeepFreeze so that on every reboot or system start, accidental or malicious changes will be undone and will be reset to the last time I froze my drive.
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