Guys remember this? Where someone can use Office Macros to bypass SRP even in a limited user account? Has this ever been fixed? If not is it possible to use permissions to cover the weakness? What I mean is, is it possible to use Permissions to forbid Limited Users from executing programs saved in their User folder? I know it's possible to stop Users from saving/creating/modifying anything outside their own folder in Windows XP using permissions. What I'm asking is, is it possible to stop them from executing from their user folder? That way any corrupt macro can't do any damage since a) it can't save/wreck any files outside the user folder and b) can't execute anything it saves/downloads in the user folder. Anyway to accomplish what I'm getting at using permissions? I see an option : read/execute in the Security Tab and under the Advanced option I see traverse folders/execute file.