I haven't read through all the posts here, so it's possible that it was discussed before but I've noted a small quirk in the GUI Tray menu. On Windows 7 (32) as an administrator when programs are launched as a different user (limited user) the appguard protections appear to be applied as per event log reports reflecting blocks. However the tray menus for guarded execution and privacy mode do not show options to suspend protections for those apps running as a limited user. Running the same app (can test this with notepad.exe on guarded list) from the original user shows them. It hasn't caused me any issues as I have yet to find a reason to suspend protections for one program while it is running. I could understand the limit for an AppGuardGUI running inside a limited user account, just not from an administrator account. Is this intentional?