Windows Steady State was a solution for Windows XP that made it easy for an IT Pro to manage a kiosk type shared computer by resetting it back to a known state after a user logged of. Lots of people have asked for this capability in Windows 7 and Microsoft has just released a document to help you achieve the same type of functionality.
This document is intended primarily for IT pros who configure shared-computer access in business environments, but partners who support shared-computer access in schools, libraries, and Internet cafes will also find the information useful. The document set includes:
Download the document from here http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=ef232619-7600-4768-b111-f60ba13862ea
"Lots of people have asked for this capability in Windows 7 and Microsoft has just released a document"
Instead of making a new version with 7 compatibility. Thank you for the tip by the way. At least I will have the chance to replicate SteadyState funcionality.
not just a documnet, a poorly written and technicaly dense document!