Administrator Profile Resets back to default after reboot.

Have a computer that when the administrator user restarts their computer the profile is reset back to it's default settings so any changes I make, they are all gone.  It's acting like a guest user but with admin rights.  Computer is Windows 7 Home Premium so I can't check local users and groups.
fwb-itAsked:
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ViperdmbCommented:
Have you checked to see if you are logging in as a Temp Profile when you initially logon? Possible a corrupt Profile? Once you log off the Temp Profile is removed.

http://www.sysprobs.com/fix-temporary-profile-windows-7
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fwb-itAuthor Commented:
Not logging in with a temporary profile.
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arnoldCommented:
Is this a VM or you have deepfreeze, or you have GPO restricting changes, mandatory profile?
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fwb-itAuthor Commented:
It is not a VM.  I do see a process called deepfrz running.  Is that deep freeze?  I'm not familiar with that software.  This computer is not part of the domain so GPOs are not being applied.  I will check to see if there are any local policies get applied.
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arnoldCommented:
I think so. Deepfreeze is set to maintain the same snapshot of the system unless authorized changes are committed by administrative action prior to reboot.
Writeup from the seller:
http://www.faronics.com/products/deep-freeze/enterprise/
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