I've recently been putting together a patch for a permanent installation. Previous projects I've done like this have always involved using Windows' scheduler (don't ask me why it's on Windows, something about budget constraints apparently) to restart the machine and the patch periodically to reduce the likelihood of the machine crashing. Apparently, so the client tells me, hardware constraints are such that this cannot happen. Does anybody with any experience in this know how likely it is that Windows (I think Vista) or indeed Max 5 will last before memory leakage or something else awful causes the computer to keel over? It's especially annoying as the installation is in Warsaw and we're in the UK, so rebooting every now and then isn't really a practical option.