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Zeke tAh FreKe
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Posted on 05-10-09 17:44
I am currently exploring boxes at a university. I've noticed that the IS department has set up some kind of security feature that resets every computer (OS) on campus, at approximately 4:00 A.M. every morning. I was wondering if anyone knows how this is done or knows of any white papers, links, etc.

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T'is network based.
Perhaps Novell.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


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Posted on 05-10-09 18:10
Probably just rolls them all back to a specified point. Look up DeepFreeze.


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Posted on 05-10-09 18:20
Thanks.


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Posted on 05-10-09 18:26
Yeah, most likely it's a program distributing harddrive images. Not sure if they'll use the windows rollback feature for this, though.