The new version 4 suffers still the old problem: No ability (except some "tricks") to make settings inside a LUA account. I wonder, what the password option in NOD is good for. On a healthy Windows system there are exact 2 Admin accounts: the predefined one called "Administrator", normally not to be seen or used (only a backup), and the user-defined one, used actually for administrating the machine. That means, there is exact 1 Admin on board. So, why should he set a password, if all users except him cannot do anything in NOD? I never found - or got - the answer. But a responsible user, who is the admin of the machine, will not use the admin account for daily work. He - or in this case I - have a limited user account (LUA) for that. But without doubt, if I log in as LUA I have not dropped my brain - just in the opposite, I have used it. So there are only bad reasons, that I cannot make settings in NOD from that account. With the already existing password option it would be easily solvable, that no other users can do this. I hope, that NOD4 will finally will learn, that even a security software has to assist secure computer handling.