[Athen] RE: Using deep-freeze

Susan Kelmer Susan.Kelmer at Colorado.EDU
Thu Apr 19 07:17:17 PDT 2012

The issue I always ran into with any of that type of software (we used Centurion Technologies where I came from) is that if you are using those machines for Dragon (where it is saving voice files and settings), it was a difficult workaround. The other issue we ran into was that the hard drive was not big enough to store both the mirror image of the drive, and the actual image of the drive, so we had to have bigger hard drives. Since my machines were generally only used by a handful of students (those with accommodations to do so) I went without it and just kept the machines clean myself as needed. It worked well for me.

Susan Kelmer
Alternate Format Coordinator
Disability Services
University of Colorado

From: athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Kenneth Elkind
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2012 7:32 AM
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Subject: [Athen] Using deep-freeze

I'm considering using deep-freeze on lab machines.
What are people's opinions on using this software.

Kenneth Elkind
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