HP T5740 Thin clients Windows 2009 Embedded - how to update the image with new drivers and configurations

I'm the principle of a small school. I have a lot of experience with networks.( Windows )

I just replace all of our PCs that were functioning as thin clients with actual Thin clients. The problem is every time I put in the remote IP address it isn't remembered next time I log on. Only this thin client boots from an image. My question is when I install hardware or make configuration changes on the client how I make them static?

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
You need to download and install and configure the HP Connection Manager on these clients
ambantinAuthor Commented:
Found the answer - using the commit command and unlocking the cache... thanks

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