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Is it possible to wipe a Mac on each boot?

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Dec 12, 2012 1:40 PM

I am at a primarily Windows school and we are introducing Macs to a couple areas.  Our public Windows machines wipe their hard drives to a 'clean slate' each time they reboot so that users can have administrative access to the machine but nothing they do stays permanent unless we unlock it. 

 

Is there an equivalent on OSX right now?  Can we have Time Machine restore the computer each time it boots?  Can we have a clean OS image on a partition that it uses to wipe the drive on each reboot? 

OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.2)

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