"Another issue we dealt with was user data backup. Most users
documents and settings only existed on their local machines, and
some users were given access to share folders for their data.
Requiring users to consciously backup data is not the best solution
and lead to lost data.
"A third problem area was support of a large number of public
computers that utilized 'Guest' logins. Because these computers
could not be joined to the domain they required a technician
on-site to manually update individual computers.
"Kiwi-LTSP is probably best suited for this last scenario.
Libraries and schools often offer basic computer access to citizens
or students for research, web browsing, email and word processing.
Libraries and schools, working under tight budget constraints, tend
to utilize computers longer than many commercial environments and
attract donations of rather old computer hardware."
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