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Program to restore registry changes and remove installed programs

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I was wondering if any knows of a program that will remove and programs installed and revert registry changes when a user logs off.  I need to make sure that whatever changes a user makes during their window session that program files and registry are restored to their original state.  Would it make more sense just to remove all user rights?
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It would be easier for administration to revoke access to users using a policy ..
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Deep Freeze (http://www.faronics.com/html/deepfreeze.asp) can do that. There may be free alternatives but I don't know any.
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Do check this out: 'Windows Steady State'  http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/winfamily/sharedaccess/whatis/default.mspx
It's a free to use.
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Wow, very nice saroshjmistry. I think I'll test that out sometime.
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Thanks very much for the tip, I think that will be the best solution and from microsoft atleast then I know it will work with windows.
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