Deep Free PORTABLEze 7.20.020.3398 License Key
Faronics and Purdue have also announced a new residential pricing plan for Deep Freeze that will be effective Sept. 1, 2017. We will have more details to share on this soon, but suffice it to say that for our residential products, we found that the existing residential pricing model was not very competitive.
Deep Freeze 7.20.020.3398 License Key
If you have purchased the Deep Freeze licenses or previously activated the Deep Freeze products for your workstations and laptops, you must update your license by registering the product. Alternatively, you can purchase the licenses on your own and activate them on your own with the Faronics activation server.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office awarded the Purdue Central Library with a patent for using the auto-restart prevention of Deep Freeze 8.3 to prevent the loss of data when a workstation is restarted.
From the beginning, Deep Freeze has been designed to be as user friendly as possible, and to be flexible enough to allow developers to use it in an application specific way. For instance, a financial institution might wish to protect their systems against a malicious user attempting to attack the systems while their users are at home, or protecting their network connections against rogue devices that might attempt to steal a password. The Deep Freeze Server Console can be customized to meet the needs of any application, without the need to create a new license.
It has also now been extended to the ability to freeze named users, and has been enhanced to support password expiration for these users. The user can be defined in local user group, and can be renamed to give user a specific name. It can also now be extended to allow for different behaviors for different users, for instance a domain administrator that has a password that automatically expires can be frozen to prevent that user from rebooting. A user can also be locked out of the system if they fail a password challenge for more than 7 days.