I've been using Windows SteadyState to keep my computers locked down in an office environment. The tools my users need to do their jobs are available using a browser. I've locked the machines down with Windows Disk Protection and I like how things are going with this.
Lately, I've decided to have one of our tools write a log to the HDD and I'd like to make the folder it uses "protected" from write protection.
I know I could have it save the log to a different partition or physical drive, but the machines don't have another partition yet and I don't want to have to image them all if I don't have to.
I know one of you has some good experience with Windows SteadyState and can help me.
How do I allow changes to a specific folder on a drive that's write-protected by Windows Disk Protection?