Quote: Originally Posted by zicoz
In schools they often lock down their computers so that it boots the same image every time, and none of the changes from the users are stored when they shut down the computer. I'm looking to do this for my HTPC aswell. I want to set it up to boot the same image for my C-partition every time,
I'm storing all the my databases with mediainfo and watched tags on a separate partition so that info should still be saved after a shutdown.
Is this possible? And if it is, what tools do I need to do it?
Someone here may have an outright answer, but I've always been one to ask questions.
Firstly, are you the sole user for this machine, or do you have a lot of users that all use your HTPC? If the former, I would say just don't make any changes to your HTPC, and it'll run fine, no need for tweaking. If the latter, we can work to do some tricks to limit what users can make changes to (simpler than what your proposing with your above question as far as setup and useability).