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post #451 of 467 (permalink) Old 05-06-2014, 04:48 AM
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oh i am here to report that this dose not work i repeat dose not work on a pc connected to a domain

More info please. Works fine on my domain joined PCs.
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umm in a uni invorment the computers reimage ebery reboot and the like (they pull it off in under 10min) the program installs great but it just wont repoen the closed windows

As others have stated, the topic has been beaten to death. The horse is not just dead, it's rotted away, its flesh gone, and the bones turned to dust. We're not just beating the dead horse, we're beating the ground hard enough and for long enough to create a crater rivaling those from the Moon.
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umm in a uni envorment the computers reimage every reboot and the like (they pull it off in under 10min) the program installs great but it just wont repoen the closed windows

If it's anything like the systems that I work with, it isn't re-imaged every boot. We call it deep frozen, essentially even if you had access to install software you can only install it for that session. The real OS install is never touched except when it needs to be.
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If it's anything like the systems that I work with, it isn't re-imaged every boot. We call it deep frozen, essentially even if you had access to install software you can only install it for that session. The real OS install is never touched except when it needs to be.

This; "Deep Freeze" is the most well known one, it's just clever use of snapshots, it's also about the only way I know of properly user-proofing a Windows machine xD
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umm in a uni invorment the computers reimage ebery reboot and the like (they pull it off in under 10min) the program installs great but it just wont repoen the closed windows

 

When you reboot, check Task Manager for the two Oopsie! services. If they aren't open after a reboot, then you will always have to manually launch Oopsie! every time you reboot. You open it, and then click the Start button at the top of the window.



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When you reboot, check Task Manager for the two Oopsie! services. If they aren't open after a reboot, then you will always have to manually launch Oopsie! every time you reboot. You open it, and then click the Start button at the top of the window.

If he has something LIKE Deep Freeze installed on the machine,
chances are Oopsie! won't even be there after the reboot.
He will basically need to reinstall it after every reboot (not exactly ideal heh)

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To be fair, the fact that it's obviously not his machine and he's in a "Uni environment" implies that he shouldn't even be attempting to install anything.
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If he has something LIKE Deep Freeze installed on the machine,
chances are Oopsie! won't even be there after the reboot.
He will basically need to reinstall it after every reboot (not exactly ideal heh)

 

So, it won't even be installed. Wow. How strict of them.

 

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To be fair, the fact that it's obviously not his machine and he's in a "Uni environment" implies that he shouldn't even be attempting to install anything.

 

Yeah, I was thinking this exactly. It's like someone saying that they are having problems doing something unique to their work computer. I'm like, "Dude. lol"



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To be fair, the fact that it's obviously not his machine and he's in a "Uni environment" implies that he shouldn't even be attempting to install anything.
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So, it won't even be installed. Wow. How strict of them.
I'm going to disagree with this. As a lab tech, I don't want non techs installing whatever software they want that can cause problems for us down the line, not saying that OOpsie! would. Deep Freeze is really nice because no matter what a student does, it can be fixed with a simple reboot.
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