Windows XP: Protect shared access Computers with Windows SteadyState - Part 1

This article series will focus on “Windows SteadyState” – a completely free toolkit from Microsoft that helps administrators take control of shared access computers running Windows XP. Part 1 of this article series will include a short introduction to the possibilities we get with Windows SteadyState (WSS). We will look at the new version compared […]

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This article series will focus on “Windows SteadyState” – a completely free toolkit from Microsoft that helps administrators take control of shared access computers running Windows XP. Part 1 of this article series will include a short introduction to the possibilities we get with Windows SteadyState (WSS). We will look at the new version compared to older versions, system requirements, Windows Disk Protection (WDP) and how to get started.

The toolkit is called Windows SteadyState .

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