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Need suggestions on Protection softwares/methods to use in LAN cafe

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#1 chocobo321


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Posted 24 July 2016 - 04:53 PM

Hi all,


I plan on opening a gaming internet cafe, and am trying to figure out which software is ideal to protect my computers. Software that can reset my computers to a previous state in case there are malwares/bad stuff on there put by those meddlesome kids (And their stupid mutt).


Right now I have found Deep Freeze by Faronics, but they cost a striking $660.00 for their enterprise edition. Though I hear the reviews are pretty good. I will have about 40 computers in the LAN center.


Does anyone with experience on this have any recommendations as to what type of software I should be using? I am quite new to this. I know I will have server side administrator computer and client side computers.


Thank you very much.


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