Hi, I just discovered a ridiculous and dangerous impasse. If you use Access Control in WSA, Webroot will still allow non-administrator users to decide not to remove a threat found (by unchecking it). Then, when it asks you to "select how to act upon files that were not selected for removal", you can allow it (default), block, or monitor. I go to change the action to monitor, and it stops me due to not being an administrator. So a non-administrator can allow malware on my computer but can't put it in monitor mode? That's backwards how it ought to be! MAJOR SECURITY FLAW! MAJOR! And wait a second...why am I getting this prompt anyway? I have it set all the way to "set and forget protection". Why am I seeing prompts? I fear that WSA detection/removal prompt system is still not working the way it should be. Moreover, it seems that even as far as WSA has come, it still suffers from one of the most aggravating drawbacks that Prevx 3.0 did for me which was, it is seemingly designed for users that run always admin and don't care about stopping other users on the computer from doing things they shouldn't do. While Access Control has solved some of these problems, things like this still happen and giving non-administrative users (and guest accounts...hello!) the ability to allow malware detected is just bad. Really, really bad. As for non-administrative users, they should either be: A) Forced to block/remove detected malware to ensure safety of the system until the administrator can approve of any file they encountered and make a decision -or- B) Given the option to block it or monitor it, but NEVER allow it, unless no Access Control settings were enabled on the client. I don't get it.