Because a lot of programs (e.g. TurboTax) won't run under a limited user account, but LUA provides a security level otherwise difficult to achieve, I'm looking into something along the lines of DropMyRights. However, all the solutions I've seen so far are very unsatisfactory, because they require a user to create a new shortcut for each application to be run with limited rights. What I'd like is a fronted to DropMyRights (or a separate program, or whatever) that lets me create a list of applications to *always* run as limited. Sort of like Returnil's execution control module... Except instead of execution control, it would be executable rights control. This way I could for instance add Firefox, Internet Explorer, and VLC to the list, and those would *always* execute with dropped rights, no matter which shortcut I used. Is there anything like this? Or will I have to right it myself?