Shouldn't RegDefend warn when it blocks a program even though the user has no administrative privileges? after installing RegDefend, start up as a user without administrative privileges resulted in a warning and a suggestion from a VoIP program, SkypeMate. The warning was that the VoIP phone, a USB device, was disconnected; the suggestion was to reinstall the phone. But RegDefender, the actual culprit for disallowing the connection, issued no warning, nor did it enter anything into the log. I discovered what was happening by logging on with administrative privileges. This time, during start-up, RegDefender popped up asking whether SkypeMate should be allowed. Once permission was granted, SkypeMate's phone became "reconnected".