I need to setup some Windows 7 computers in a shared environment. So the usual stuff like auto login, very limited rights, nothing saved in the profile etc.
In the old days I used to use Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit for XP. It was a great tool for doing exactly this. Is there something like that for Windows 7 or do I just have to follow one of those lists online of all the registry changes to tweak the rights?
There are commercial products:
Or free tips on how to duplicate Steady State (used with XP and Vista):
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