I have a dual boot Ubuntu/W7 laptop. On the Ubuntu side, is it a security risk to give a standard user permission to use Crossover? My experience with Crossover so far is that once you give the standard user permission to use it, that standard user can then install any Windows software he wants, or at least any software that runs in Crossover. So it looks to me as if giving the standard user access to Crossover is like giving him the authority to install programs, which is exactly what you don't want the standard user to be doing. Am I right on this? Is there any way to allow a standard user to run Windows software without also giving him the means of installing programs?