After you posted the link I downloaded Move 10 to check it out.
This is cripple ware.
I'm pretty bumed out about it as any required modules to make it really useful are nowhere to be seen.
That is this release as is, is pretty much a demo, nothing more in that it is not capable of either saving configuration information or dealing with user home directories on other media.
So it's only good to check to see if you may want to buy the real thing.
Ugh... very "anti-Linux" IMHO.
At least Community gave you an almost complete distro, except for those graphic driver rpm's which SHOULD have been included...
Anyway no there is no way to save, nor are the boot parameters acted upon.
If you want to try something which WORKS as this should, check out SAM or other Mandrake based LiveCD distros on www.distrowatch.org.
I've had great luck even running these from large USB keys, although smaller distros are also available which will operate from as little as a 32 meg key...