Mark Minasi's Tech Forum
Register Calendar Latest Topics Chat
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
Voon Wah

Still Checking the Forum Out
Registered:
Posts: 1
Reply with quote  #1 
Hi All,

I have a question about steadier state on the MS Window's patches and AntiVirus definitions, will it be revert too after the system roll back?

As currently my office environment enforcing to have the latest patches and AntiVirus definitions, so wonder will it be affected too?

Thanks
0
Howard2nd

Avatar / Picture

New Friend (or an Old Friend who Built a New Account)
Registered:
Posts: 10
Reply with quote  #2 
If by rollback you mean 'System Restore', (the default action for 'Steady State'), then yes patches and other applied downloads will be reverted.

One of the most important parts of 'System Restore' is to go to a setup that does not that newest patch or installed item.

If I am correct, 'Steady State' has a maintenance mode where logged in with Admin privileges you can apply patches and updates after testing, making them part of the new image.

__________________
If I buy it, I own it! Right?
0
Mark

Hacked Mark's Facebook Account
Registered:
Posts: 261
Reply with quote  #3 
Basically, think of it this way.  When you set up a Steadier State system, your system remembers every single byte on your C: drive.  When you roll back, every single byte goes right back where it was, including the volume shadow-y things like System Restore.

Howard is right (welcome, Howard!) in that to update the "baseline C:" you boot it in maintenance mode, do whatever things you want to do, and essentially "re-seal" the C: partition.

I hope that helps!

Mark

__________________
May I ask that everyone please populate the first name and last name in your user account profile.  Thanks!
0
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation: