|Last year there was an actual registry edit that was done to the computers. |
What registry edit was done? Why was it done?
My experience with Deep Freeze, while limited, tells me everything wanderer said about it is correct. Therefore, if your image is correct when you freeze it, there should be no need for any tweaks or registry hacks.
So I have to wonder, was your image not correct before you deployed it and that's why you had to put in a registry hack? If yes, then you should never have deployed it until it was working correctly. Do you people not lab things out before throwing them into production?
Computers with the old image take about 30 seconds to log in. The servers, and IP Addresses are all the same. The problem is because it is copying the profile from server to the computer every time, instead of using the profile on the computer
Ok, so what changed from the "old image" to the present image? Was it this registry hack maybe?
All I know is, you say it was working (and does work with the "old image") yet it isn't working now. This tells me clearly, somebody changed something. Undo that change and it should work properly once again.
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How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
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