Anyone use this to manage software on thin clients?

Normally I would have to follow these steps.
1. Disable write filter
2. Change enviro ver for temp drive (gives it room whilst installing)
3. Commit changes and reboot

Supposedly I can also install the software with the write filter enabled and use the command "ewfmgr c: -commit" to commit changes and restart although I have never tried this.

I tried to deploy a really small app to it with the below BAT file but it throws the error that "memory usage by filebased write filter reached critical levels" then the computer restarts. I assum due to the temp folder being too small.

cheops.msi /qb
ewfmgr c: -comm
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