What products are available that will preserve a Win 7 64-bit OS's state besides Deep Freeze & Steady State?

What products are available that will preserve a Windows 7 64-bit OS's state besides Deep Freeze & Steady State?

Please provide me with a complete list of all other products that can do this.
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IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Windows Hibernatation mode is not what I am looking for.

I am looking for a product similar to Deep Freeze & Steady State that will make it so that any and all changes made to a Windows 7 64-bit OS computer will be completely undone and the computer will be put back in its original state every time that the computer is booted back up. So if the computer gets infected with viruses, malware, or the user does bad things to the operating system, these changes will be completely erased and the computer's OS will be reset to the point it was at when the original "Deep Freeze" point was created.
Then you'll want to check out Comodo Time Machine: http://csi-windows.com/blog/all/27-csi-news-general/214-free-replacement-for-microsoft-steadystate-on-windows-7-its-like-vmware-snapshots-for-real-machines

It hasn't been updated in some time - but if you are looking at resetting on every reboot, it may be sufficient.
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
What other products are available?

My company needs to get a complete list of all of these products so that we can test them and then recommend the best overall solutions to our different customers who need this type of software installed. Our customers range from school districts to businesses.
I recommend HDGUARD and Faronics Deep Freeze
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