We have a series of touch screen workstations located on our production floor. The interface is locked down so that IE7 is the only application running in the foreground, like a kiosk. The problem we have is that the internal web server that IE7 points to sometimes crashes, which after restarting requires that we go to each kiosk and manually reload the page. I would like to either have a custom IE7 error page that comes up once it can't connect to out internal web server that has a 'reload' or 'retry' button, or some way to do this automatically at specific intervals, if possible.
To clarify, I am looking for a way to limit the amount of human sysadmin interaction at each of these workstations when an error occurs connecting to our internal web server. I don't want to have to go to each station, connect a mouse/kb, just so I can hit the reload button and bring the web app back up.