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Anonymous
June 17, 2005 6:37:43 PM

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Hope someone can help. This is a high school, we have a basic image
that was created by another school, updated and modified for our new
school. We use deepfreeze, but i have disabled and deleted it just to
be sure. The default home page is the old school. I have changed it to
our school in the properties, and the registry. When the machine is
turned off and restarted its back to the old school. I have even tried
to unlock the start page (as there is referance to locking the start
page in your faq) but the line and keys are not in our registry. This
may help, it may have to
do with the refreshing of profiles on start up, may be the default
profile is being brought back to its original on restart. Any help or
suggestions would be appreciated.

Bruce

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Anonymous
June 17, 2005 6:44:11 PM

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On 17 Jun 2005 14:37:43 -0400, Padrea wrote:

> Hope someone can help. This is a high school, we have a basic image
> that was created by another school, updated and modified for our new
> school. We use deepfreeze, but i have disabled and deleted it just to
> be sure. The default home page is the old school. I have changed it to
> our school in the properties, and the registry. When the machine is
> turned off and restarted its back to the old school. I have even tried
> to unlock the start page (as there is referance to locking the start
> page in your faq) but the line and keys are not in our registry. This
> may help, it may have to
> do with the refreshing of profiles on start up, may be the default
> profile is being brought back to its original on restart. Any help or
> suggestions would be appreciated.
>
> Bruce

If you are confident that deepfreeze is not resetting the page, you'll need
to dig deeper.

Some of the anti-spyware and internet security program include settings
that lock the home page to avoid browser hijackings. You'll need to check
settings in any programs of this type that are installed. If found, remove
the lock. Change the home page. Then restore the lock.

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Sharon F
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