Successful deployment of DeepFreeze Enterprise
This software is what keeps our public computers running smoothly. We've been running the Professional version 5 for over a year with success. This year, I decided that it would be worthwhile to upgrade to the Enterprise version because it allows remote administration and (with version 6) on-the-fly changes to the installation. The latter is a significant milestone for me because if I wanted to change even the time a system shuts down, I'd have to create a new installation program, uninstall the old one, and install the new one. That meant two reboots, as well as traveling to the site. Now, I can do it with a few clicks of the mouse from my office.
This branch is also the first branch to receive the Remote Libraries for its AVG Antivirus. This allows me to centralize chores such as license renewal and updates. Which, in turn, saves considerable time and money traveling computer to computer.
Those who are interested in learning more about DeepFreeze, check out:
Our antivirus software is Grisoft AVG Antivirus for Networks.
I should also add that I've published an opinion about the Deleting Online Predators Act of 2006 on our technology Wiki. This is poorly worded and ill-conceived legislation that will do nothing to hinder sexual predators.