Hello, Although I'm new I've been here a few times ever since I decided to let my NIS subscription lapse and find something which could do the same job at least as well and without as much resource overhead. For that I must thank this forum for helping me learn very quickly what my options were. I've been using Jetico for the past month on my laptop and after some reading here and starting afresh a few times, I think I've learnt enough to make a reasonably efficient set of rules. As it's behind a NAT router I put it on the DMZ and ran a few tests I found mentioned around here to check threats coming in, going out and simply trying to change things inside. They all seem to pass ok. All has been well but this has not translated into complete success on my girlfriend's computer. It installed well and worked flawlessly on her account (admin) however on her brothers account (admin) it doesn't work, keeps explaining it needs to be reinstalled, prevents web browsing and prevents logging off and shutdown, all symptoms which people here have reported occasionally. What's puzzling is that it only works on her account, his and any new ones she creates don't work. I am asking if there is a solution or at least an explanation. Obviously starting from scratch with a clean format would be ideal however commitments prevent me from doing that at the moment. While I have your attention ( ) I might as well ask 2 less relevant Jetico questions: Seeing that Jetico apparently asks nearly every program for network access, would a program such as Processguard be almost a doubling of work? As I presume anything malicious would be asking for network access in the Jetico sense anyway. Stemming from that I just want to doublecheck that granting network access does not bestow that program with the ability to make/receive connections or send/receive data without there being explicit rules or it being listed as trusted. Is this correct? I hope this wasn't too long for a first post. If I've omitted something important in my explanation, please let me know. Thanks for your time.