|Feature||Restore at restart|
|Requirement||Apply Windows updates while the PCs are set to restore baseline at restart|
|Solution||Temporarily suspend reboot and restore while apply Windows update|
Baseline Shield's restore at restart feature resets PC workstations to its baseline during restart. It lets PCs to start-up fully functional and with desired system configurations. Regardless of what user may attempt to do, such as erasing files, installing software, downloading programs or deliberately tampering with registry settings, PCs will rollback to thei pristine condition upon restart. Restore at restart feature is an ideal setting for schools, libraries or Internet Cafes.
PCs connected to the Internet are facing constant threat from viruses, spyware and other malware. Microsoft and antivirus providers are scrambling to put out new system updates and virus definition updates almost everyday to patch the security threats. It is critical to keep your PCs patched with the latest Windows update; however, apply Windows updates or system updates is a challenge for the PCs protected by Restore at Restart product, especially the update process requires reboot.
This is how other reboot and restore products in the market handles Windows updates or other system updates:
Baseline Shield only needs one step to install Windows updates:
You have a lab of 40 PCs, you configured Baseline Shield to restore the PCs to baseline at restart. You scheduled the PCs to apply Windows update every Sunday from 10am to 12am.
This is what Baseline Shield does "behind the scenes":
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