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    will our hdd be 100% SAFE


    I am working on a project and in concern to that i came across a good software by the name Clean Slate ,this program makes your HDD 100% secure ,

    another one is deep freeze url:: http://www.deepfreezeusa.com/

    url :: http://www.fortres.com/products/cleanslate_faq.htm

    I read the working which they have mentioned

    How does Clean Slate work?
    Clean Slate actually prevents the original files from being modified. It stores all the changes in a special area that is hidden and protected from users. When the computer is rebooted or a user logs off, Clean Slate merely erases the cached changes and returns the computer to its original configuration


    but i was not satisfied

    can any one give me a detailed view of what is happening behing the program and how actually they are protecting the pc

    it is urgent

    HELP !!!! HELP !!!!!! HELP !!!!!!! SOS
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    hey! man what is the problem , isn't here anyone who can help me .....
    come on all the techie people answer the stuff.
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    I'm going to assume that that last post was a joke and your not a pushy idiot who thinks he/she DESERVES free advice. This is not 48 hour tech support - your question will be answered when:

    1. Someone finds it interesting (and in the right forum.. this should be in Windows, I'd say).
    2. That someone knows the answer.
    3. That someone feels like answering (though, given 1 and 2, 3 is USUALLY a given).

    Now that that's out of the way:

    I don't know. I glanced the site and, frankly, it sounds like an imaging system to me. Our school uses something similar: when the computer boots, the whole disk is imaged from the network. I don't know if that's what this does, but it sounds similar. If that's the case, be prepared for a lot of fudged up disks after a couple of reboots - we have craploads of problems with the system my school uses to do this.

    What are you trying to do? Unless someone comes through who happens to know/use Clean Slate you won't get an answer. But if you explain what you WANT to do, then some of the experts in network admin can probably help.
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    this program makes your HDD 100% secure
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    a special area that is hidden and protected from users.
    i guess they rounded their numbers on full tenīs

    ROTFL...
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    i always wonder how can they protect some thing from administrator ,
    and secondly how can you maintain a log of all the activities that are being carried out in a single session , so that they can be retrived .. .....
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    you cannot protect something from the administrator. but for the logs, you can send them to another machine...
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    i guess they rounded their numbers on full tenīs
    ROTFL...
    only you hirsch would find that funny
    hmmm...
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    andy, you are right. it is not funny - at least not if you are the administrator

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