+ 0 Votes In general robo_dev 2 years ago Most Windows apps specify where they store things in a registry entry, but many applications do hard-code where they store individual files within the application. So the answer is, most likely, that you *MIGHT* be able to dig into the registry entries for each app and redirect it to another drive that does not get frozen, or you just cannot do that without resorting to something unworkable like trying to run the app from another volume. Have not used Deep Freeze, but perhaps just create some simple macro or VBscript so that you can do a quick one-click backup of the logs/quarantine to a USB jump drive before shutting down the PC. + 1 Votes Why not script the copying of files seanferd 2 years ago from directories where you want to save data? + 1 Votes Why not script the copying of files seanferd 2 years ago from directories where you want to save data?